The weather pattern remains very active going forward as we continue to see the split flow in the upper air pattern bringing storm systems across the US and passing near and just to our south. In between dry air masses from Canada will keep things dry for a couple of days in between. We have to get rid of tomorrow's system first. All through this will be the cold front/warm front battles and dealing with a northeast flow of cold marine air that will make things rather gray and gloomy at times.
The upper air pattern continues to be dominated by a "split" flow or 2 distinct jet streams. As long as the two streams remain separate, no major storms will develop. The energy in the south is strong at times so we will have to watch each one to see what the outcome will be. For now things to be operating in normal late March early April pattern.
Tuesday's weather system is relatively weak and there will be some showers to work through overnight and on Tuesday. Low pressure will pass near or just to our south so Tuesday the areas south of NYC will probably get to the 60s while areas to the north continue to struggle in the upper 40s to mid 50s. The rain is more nuisance than anything else and there will be some dry periods in between...read more at http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/03/27/week-ahead-midweek-dry-next-storm-system/