The maximum temperatures for tomorrow aren't clear cut. A northeast wind for the first half of the day will likely mean a localized cool pocket sets up across Cape May County. Meanwhile, lingering snow cover across the northeast sections may keep the temperatures a few degrees cooler locally where some snow remains on the ground (areas that got 4”+ likely will still have a bit of snow left). Finally, the MOS was well underdone today across the city where it got into the sixties and I see no clear reason why the city will be any cooler on Sunday.
Monday looks like a day where 60 degrees or higher is likely in the city and in many of the surrounding suburbs as a nice southerly flow develops ahead of a cold front. That cold front is expected to move through on Tuesday bringing heavy rain showers at times to the region. The rest of next week looks cooler behind the front.