Good morning Folks ! A pleasant weekend is on tap with Sunny and Mild days and Clear, Chilly nights. A large high pressure system now settled over much of the east, will slowly weaken and move offshore on Monday. This High will provide a beautiful weekend with highs in the low 60's for both Saturday and Sunday, and clear and chilly nights in the mid 30's to low 40's.
Monday will be the final day of our dry weather and mild temperatures. Highs will be near 60. A low pressure system will develop over the Gulf States during later Sunday and Monday, then head NE towards the M/A States on Tuesday. This system will brings some showers and a few periods of rain from later Monday night, into much of Tuesday. This storm will then move NE into New England on Wednesday, so some clearing will occur on Wednesday with breezy conditions and highs in the mid to upper 50's.
Right on this storms heels, a strong cold front will then move through our area on Thursday. This front will produce a few showers with it's passage during the afternoon and evening, then behind this front usher in much colder air for Friday and into next weekend. Highs will likely be in the mid to Upper 40's for both Friday and Saturday along with windy conditions. With CAA (Cold Air Advection) Some flurries and snow showers can't be ruled out for the Pocono's on Friday. A few flurries could sneak into the NW suburbs of PHL on Friday or Friday night as well.
I'll have more on this next week, but some signs indicate a real shot of cold air and possibly the first flakes of the season for PHL and NYC as we close out the month. This looks to be just after Thanksgiving into the first of December, so stay tuned for more updates in the coming week or so.