Tonight an upper level low pressure system and trough will swing through the Northeast. Any rain showers will change over to snow showers by midnight across the area. This change from rain to snow will happen as temperatures fall close to 32°. A light coating to 1 inch of snow is possible by early tomorrow morning that may create some isolated slick spots. Temperatures then bounce back up as the snow shuts off before 7 AM. Through the day highs approach the middle 40s, so it is really only during the nighttime hours that wintry precipitation and patchy ice are a concern. Some peeks of afternoon sunshine are possible too as the clouds break.
The upcoming week will not be as cold as last week. After a little a bit of rain Monday night we should see sunshine from Tuesday through Thursday. The coldest day looks to be Wednesday after some cooler air arrives from the north. Temperatures then have a chance to stay in the 50s and above starting next Friday through the following weekend.