Yesterday's snow champion was West Milford, New Jersey where six inches was recorded as falling. Only a trace was measured at Central Park but more than half-an-inch of rain fell. Despite that rain, this month is only going to see about half the average precipitation expected for November. No rain is in sight for today or tomorrow as a dry air mass replaces yesterday's storm. Both days will see highs in the mid 40s and lows in the mid 30s. Places outside city will fall below freezing tonight.
The most exciting weather of the next week, and it's not at all exciting, will occur over the weekend. A weak cold front is expected to move through the city on Friday, stall to our south, then return as a weak warm front on Sunday. At the same time a high pressure system is expected to settle in over New England. As the front tries to return and run over the high there may be enough lift to produce light rain or flurries on Saturday. Don't hold your breath as we'll most likely just have a cloudy weekend.
A warming trend will follow the Sunday passage of the warm front. Imagine that. Sunday should warm to the lower 50s and the high should reach the lower to mid 50s for the first half of next week.