We have another day of above normal temperatures Saturday, then the coldest air so far this season will come
in for Sunday and Monday.
We will have day to day and night to night moderation back to, then above, normal temperatures Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. This takes place as high pressure that initially helps deliver the cold air as it slides to southern Quebec Sunday evening then to over Maine Monday evening, slides eastward Tuesday and Wednesday as strong upper level ridging takes place up the eastern seaboard.
Aside from a stray shower that we need to cover Saturday afternoon into the evening, the next chance of more significant rain will come Thursday into Thursday night as a moist and energetic cold front comes toward and across the area.
This front will be trailing low pressure that evolves out in the central Plains Tuesday, tracks northeastward and strengthens through the Great Lakes. Dry, brisk and cooler weather will follow this front for the end of the work-week.