A weak cold front dropped through the area last night and is now aligned to our south, stretching from the lower Great Lakes to the New England Coast.
The front is stalling out, keeping us on the cold side for the rest of the day. Expect little variation in temperature- we should remain in the upper 20s and low 30s. However, this chill is fleeting. By Saturday morning, the front will have lifted northward, introducing milder air. Between the front moving back toward us and a low pressure system that skirts by to our west, we have the shot at seeing flurries through the remainder of the day. Accumulations, if any, will be negligible, say an inch or less.
Leftover snow or rain showers may fall early Saturday as temperatures rise into the 40s during the day as the warm front moves to the I-81 corridor by early evening. Even milder air will arrive Sunday as the warm front moves north and east of the region.
Thereafter, the front may briefly sag south later Sunday into Monday. This would result in the threat for a few showers as well as perhaps slightly cooler air Monday. Then, in response to a developing Mid-west storm, the front is forecast to lift back north as a warm front Tuesday. This would mean even warmer temperatures are possible Tuesday with highs reaching well into the 50s to near 60.
The threat for showers will likely increase Tuesday afternoon as a cold front works into the region. Behind the front, a return to (seasonably) colder air will return as well as the threat for snow showers.