With last night's pittances (and nothings) of snow drifting away out into the Atlantic, we're in the "lull between" as another clipper awaits to our west for tonight. This next clipper will mainly pass to our north, spreading snow showers and flurries into the Poconos, Lehigh Valley, and perhaps even the northern Philly burbs late tomorrow night and early Wednesday. That likely brings another coating type snow for them.
For us, mainly clouds during the daylight hours. It shouldn't be as brisk as yesterday and as a result temperatures will not feel as cold. The dig of the cold trough over the East will be a bit less robust as well, which means temperatures will be several degrees higher as well. Expect daytime highs in the mid and upper 30's for many of us this afternoon, grazing 40 south of the city towards Atlantic City and the Shore. Winds will be light, generally from the north at 5-10 mph.