...there's at least a chance that some snow will fall near the region on Saturday with the second of two upcoming systems. The first one is a weak clipper front that crosses the region on Thursday night and early Friday morning, which will result in flurries or a few snow showers for the region and might bring a coating of snow to folks north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and I-195 in New Jersey. It's not a huge system by any stretch but merely a quick moving wave of energy.
The Saturday system has a little more pop to it and will work into what was initially a colder atmosphere. However, the low pressure system is poised to track near or just south of Philadelphia. With east winds coming in off the Atlantic we'll probably see the colder air aloft retreat as the storm moves in. However, precipitation will be moving in as the cold retreats...so we may start as some snow or sleet in the city on Saturday morning before precipitation nudges over quickly to rain, similar to what happened with this last system that moved through but with a bit more precipitation.
It's too early to speculate on specific accumulation amounts but the best chances of seeing anything more than an inch will be generally north of a Trenton-Pottstown-Reading line. A few inches of snow are possible in the Poconos if the system stays slightly "colder" aloft but I fear even there some mixing of sleet and even rain can't be ruled out.