With cloudy skies and widespread fog across the area, temperatures ended up colder than expected, peaking in the low to mid 40s in NW NJ/SE NY and the mid to upper 40s for the rest of the area. Overnight lows, however, will remain very mild, in the 40s tonight and even some 50s on Sunday night, which is warmer than the average highs.
Fog will continue tonight and tomorrow, with the warmest temperatures peaking on Monday morning ahead of a frontal passage. Scattered rain and snow showers are expected on Tuesday and Wednesday, although mostly staying south of the area. Temperatures will mostly remain slightly warmer than average through next weekend and early the following week, but will not remain mild for long.