The weekend began with an abundance of sunshine thanks to an elongated area of high pressure along the coast of the Northeast, and this high will continue to heavily influence our weather over the next couple of days (especially today). An anomalous upper-level low over the Deep South, the storm system that brought wintry weather to portions of the Plains and Mississippi Valley, will moves slowly to the east over the next couple of days. As it does so, the flow across the western Atlantic will become more dominated by that feature as opposed to the anti-cyclone extending into New England. Needless to say, moisture will slowly increase across the region tonight with clouds on the increase as we head into the upcoming work week. Temperatures both today and tomorrow will be slightly below average average, but not by much.