There's a good bit of agreement in place that a cooldown will take place at some point towards the end of this coming weekend. A ridge will push up along the West Coast late this week, which will help push down a trough in the Eastern US. A cool front looks to push east through Canada, trailing down into the Lakes and eventually Northeast for Friday night into early Saturday.
There's uncertainty about how this front behaves as it gets down to our latitude -- especially as computer modeling is trying to fire up a disturbance along the front for Sunday, which means a possible chance of rain for the latter half of next weekend.
Regardless of the uncertainty in Sunday's forecast, the weather early next week will be very Fall-like as the potential of the season's first frost in the Poconos looms on Monday morning and the threat of another morning in the 30's is not out of the question just to the city's north. Our step down into the cold season continues...albeit slowly.