A frost advisory will be in effect early Monday morning for many areas.
High pressure will situate itself over the Northeast on Easter Sunday keeping the forecast dry.
Sunday was the first 80 degree day of the year as high temperatures made it into the low 80s for inland areas.
A nice start to the weekend weather-wise makes it back to back weekends with sunshine and pleasant conditions.
Our average high temperature for this time of year is in the low 60s, but will remain above average over the next five days. The forecast stays quiet for tonight and Thursday as high pressure controls our weather.
A low pressure system will continue to track into southern Canada today, allowing for drier weather to return.
Showers will continue at times this evening and overnight with some pockets of heavier rain possible along with cool temperatures holding in the lower 50s
After a stellar weekend with plenty of sunshine and highs close to average for this time of year, another storm will impact us on Monday.
We have had a nice start to the weekend with high temperatures just a few degrees below the average high of 60.
Another shift in the jet stream to the south has allowed a new supply of cold air to return to the Delaware Valley.
The heaviest snow will occur overnight through about 8am Monday morning.
As of Saturday evening, far southern NJ and central and southern DE has the best chance to see the most snow of 3-6″ with 1-3 inches around Philadelphia and surrounding suburbs.
The very cold arctic air will continue to push in from the north overnight as the 2nd round of heavier moisture moves in.
A classic late season winter storm is set to impact the Delaware Valley Sunday Night and Monday.
Expect light snow to develop before daybreak and end mid-late morning on Wednesday.