Very wet weather is headed our way as we kick off the weekend. Things will remain dry this evening with rain moving in overnight. Eastern counties, especially along the NJ border may start with some freezing rain which could develop some slick spots as we head into Saturday morning. Winter Weather Advisories are in place for Pike, Wayne, Monroe, and Carbon because of this risk. Most locations will see steady, occasionally heavy rain as we work through much of Saturday morning and afternoon. Highs Saturday will be in the low 40s. The rain will taper to showers late in the day with partial clearing likely tomorrow night. A few sprinkles and flurries will linger as well.
Drier weather is expected on Sunday but it will be breezy. A snow shower or two can't be ruled out. Highs will be in the upper 30s.
Very quiet weather is expected much of next week with hints at another storm system moving into the region next weekend.
Tonight: Cloudy with rain developing overnight, freezing rain possible east - Low 34
Tomorrow: Steady rain tapering to showers late in the day. Freezing rain possible east early tomorrow - High 42
Tomorrow Night: Rain/snow showers, otherwise expect partial clearing - Low 30
Sunday: Partly cloudy and breezy with a snow shower or two - High 38
Today's Record Temperatures