For tonight, however, we are looking for increasing clouds as the system moves closer to us. Lows tonight are in the upper 20's here in the city and to the south and east. To the north and west, temperatures will bottom out in the mid-20's. Winds will be from the northwest at 5 to 10 mph, moving towards calm in the early morning hours. For snow day Saturday, highs will top out in the mid to upper 30's across the region with winds coming from the north at 5 to 10 mph.
Sunday, skies will start to clear and will be breezy behind the low as it moves off to the north. Highs will still hover in the mid-30's. For New Years Eve and Day, both feature similar-type weather. Monday and Tuesday will both be partly sunny during the day but turning mostly cloudy in the evening and overnight. High's will be close to the 40-degree mark, so be sure to dress warm if you headed out to see fireworks or if your headed to the Mummers Parade. Wednesday, temperatures will drop into the mid-30's under partly sunny skies. Thursday features a chance of some light snow showers, but otherwise partly to mostly cloudy. The bottom drops out of the thermometer Thursday night into Friday as we venture into frigid conditions with lows in the lower 20's and highs in the lower 30's, all under mostly sunny skies.