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Wintry Mix Early Sunday Inland Morning Rain Ends Midday
We are heading into the weekend with no weather issues for tonight. Saturday is looking good and we won’t see any precipitation until after midnight Saturday. A weak low is going by way to the south of us with little impact other than some high clouds around this evening. Otherwise we should clear out. It will be cold tonight but not by recent standards as temperatures bottom Saturday morning in the 20s with some teens inland. The regional radar shows no precipitation close by as it moves across Virginia. Low pressure develops well to the south and east and heads straight east tonight.
Saturday is looking like a good day. High pressure builds south from Eastern Canada. This is not an overly cold air mass so we should see sunshine for a good portion of the day. Temperatures will reach into the low and mid 40s for highs which is better than the last several days but it is still a little bit below average.
Saturday night clouds will increase and during the early morning hours precipitation will be moving in from the southwest. There will be just enough cold air aloft that it could briefly start as a wintry mix even in coastal areas but it should quickly go to rain. Inland in Northeastern Pennsylvania and in the Hudson Valley north of Route 84 it will be cold enough for a few hours for a small accumulation. Precipitation begins between 1am and 4am. Snow amounts will be as little to a coating to an inch in the areas in light blue. North of Route 84 an inch or 2 is possible before a change to sleet and then to rain. Rain Sunday morning will end during the morning to about midday east of NYC. Leftover clouds will be around in the afternoon with temperatures in a wide range.
50s could reach Central New Jersey and 60s are not impossible in South Jersey and in parts of Southeast and South Central Pennsylvania. Then we head into next week which promises three nice days. Monday through Wednesday we should see some sunshine each day. In fact Tuesday and Wednesday will be partly to mostly sunny. Highs should reach into the 50s Monday and in the upper 40s to lower 50s Tuesday and Wednesday. The next chance of rain after Sunday will likely come late Thursday as the next cold front approaches from another storm heading into the Western Great Lakes.
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