The problem is that instead of rain going over to just snow, it will likely go to a period of freezing rain (freezing on colder surfaces like trees, cars, shadowed walks, roads behind hills/buildings/thick trees, etc.), for a time, so be careful as the afternoon/evening drive could become treacherous, before it all changed to wet snow into Mon night ending by midnight.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy. Mild by comparison. High near 40. Light rain arrives late at night low 36 by morning.
Monday: Rain in the morning becoming freezing rain then snow by late afternoon. Small accumulation of ice, before becoming all snow. High: 35 but temps slowly falling.
Monday Night: Snow ending by midnight. Total snow around 2” (tough call as any slight shift could mean no snow to a lot more snow.) with more to the north and less to the south.
Tue-Wed will be nice February days with highs around 30 and low near 15 Tue night, but with increasing clouds and chance for light snow late Wed night, low will be near 25.
On Thu a major arctic attack will begin. Strong upper level storm will move across the area and strengthen as it does so and even more along and off the coast of NJ. Expect at least a light accumulation of snow for us. We will have to watch this one though as it has greater potential.
Thursday: Light snow likely with at least a light accumulation. Becoming very cold esp with temps dropping. High 25 and low 0. Windy with low windchill
Friday: Bitter cold. Sun and clouds. High 10, low 0.
Saturday: increasing clouds. Milder with snow arriving. At least a light accumulation High 24, low 20. Will need to keep an eye on this system as well as it too has potential to dump more based on track.
Sunday: Windy and much colder again. Sun and clouds. High 24, low 0.