Not a bad conclusion to the weekend as high pressure settles in across the northeast. This will provide for a good deal of sunshine and light winds. High temperatures will remain below average, but not by much with highs in the low/mid 40s. Clouds will increase overnight as a storm system over the Plains heads into the Great Lakes, pushing a warm front eastward through the Ohio Valley.
Light rain will begin as we head toward dawn, and Monday looks like a rather wet day across the region as the front pushes through and southerly winds transport milder air into the area. That said, a little freezing rain is possible at the onset to the north/west of the city, and freezing rain advisories may be needed Monday in some areas… but significant icing doesn’t appear to be likely. In any case, a trailing cold front will then arrive late in the afternoon or evening with drier air poised to move in behind it on gusty westerly winds.