We managed a nice Sunday with only some high clouds that came in during the mid to late afternoon. Now we look southward as low pressure in the Southeast US meanders to the coast over the next 36 hours and then moves northward. Monday we will see clouds increasing and thickening up however the rain looks like it will come in 2 bursts. The first batch is shown on the HRRR model for Monday
If the HRRR model is to be believed the first burst will be into Southern New Jersey and Southern Pennsylvania Monday morning however models that go beyond this time frame have this area of rain weakening as it moves northward. Some of will survive and there could be some light rain around the NYC Northern New Jersey Long Island Southern Connecticut area by late afternoon. Once that goes by, we may just transition over to some light rain or drizzle Monday night thanks to an onshore flow increasing with winds and moisture from off the ocean.
The satellite loop this evening shows a well defined upper air system back through the Tennessee Valley that is not making much eastward progress at the moment...READ MORE AT http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/04/23/rain-moving-northward-next-2-days/