While one could usually expect cooler temperatures behind a December cold front passage, in this case, temperatures will actually become milder behind the cold front. High temperatures on Monday will likely reach into the sixties across most of the area. By Tuesday, mid to upper sixties are quite possible with a push of southerly air ahead of another cold front arriving for late Tuesday into early on Wednesday. I could see one or two spots approaching the lower seventies for highs if there isn’t widespread morning fog. This second front should bring another round of scattered rain showers as it passes through. Wednesday’s high temperature will likely be recorded early in the morning as this cold front will have true, cold air behind it. Wednesday will also be quite blustery behind the front as colder air rushes in from the northwest.Tonight, Sunday Night, Monday Night, and Tuesday Night may have patchy areas of fog to contend with. For tonight, it looks as though the Poconos have the best shot at fog.
Another front with a possible area of weak low pressure may arrive later Friday into Saturday bringing a period of rain. It is possible that the northern areas could see some mixed precipitation depending on the strength of the low pressure area or a period of freezing rain.