We will have heavy rain tomorrow and Wednesday, with 1-3 inches of rain causing flash flooding in some locations as two storm system pass through our area from the Southeastern United States. Highs will be in the 50's tomorrow and will range quite a bit on Wednesday from the mid 40's in Northeastern PA to the low 60's in Central NJ.
Thursday through Saturday will then be nice with highs ranging from the mid 40's in Northeastern PA to the low to mid 50's in Central NJ, NYC and on Long Island Thursday, the low 40's in Northeastern PA to the low 50's in Central and Northeastern NJ, NYC, and on Long Island Friday, and will be in the 40's Saturday.
Sunday we will have increasing cloudiness with a chance of rain or snow developing in the afternoon or evening as a storm system approaches from the Southeastern United States. Highs will be in the 40's in most places.
Sunday night into next Monday morning we will have a chance of rain or snow, possibly heavy at times. Highs will be in the mid 30's to low 40's.
We will have to keep a close eye on this storm for Sunday night into Monday, as it may indeed be the first chance of a widespread snowfall in our area, but it is still too early to tell who will get rain and who will get snow. Snowfall amounts in parts of our area could be substantial. Be sure to check back in tomorrow morning for the latest...
Next Tuesday through Thursday will be nice with highs in the 30's.
Next Friday we will again have a chance of rain or snow as a storm system approaches from the Southeastern United States. Highs will be in the 30's.
Next Saturday and Sunday will be nice with highs in the 30's.
Have a wonderful evening!
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