The Long Range Forecast page has been updated this morning, with a forecast for the next 2 weeks.
Light Rain To Continue Today
Occasional light rain showers should continue through today. At least an additional 0.1 to 0.2 inch of rain is possible across the area before the rain ends tonight. A few snow showers could mix in the higher elevations of NW NJ and interior SE NY, though there should not be accumulations where the snow does fall.
Late Week, Next Weekend Warmth
As soon as the storm exits tonight, the temperatures will start to warm tomorrow. High temperatures tomorrow will already be in the mid 50s, possibly in the upper 50s in parts of the New York City area. As a high pressure stays in the area, temperatures are going to continue to rise, with mainly sunny conditions through Saturday. High temperatures on Wednesday should be near 60 degrees in some places, and by Saturday, high temperatures should be in the mid to upper 60s, and a few places might possibly reach 70 degrees.
Possible Storm Early Next Week
Sometime between next Sunday and Tuesday, the next storm might affect the area. At this time, we are looking at a storm tracking well to our north and west, bringing a cold front through with rain, and even some thunderstorms possible. There sould still be changes to the model solutions, though we are likely to end up with at least some rain falling out of this storm. After this storm, temperatures are expected to cool down, with slightly below average temperatures for the middle of next week.