The storm that brought significant rainfall to our region today is going to move off to the northeast tonight with a weak area of high pressure to follow. The rain will be shutting down this evening with clearing after midnight. Friday should get off to a sunny start and then the sunshine will give way to increasing cloudiness in the afternoon as a cold front moves our way. Showers and thunderstorms are going to pop up as well mainly in New Hampshire and in the mountains of western Maine. All locations stand the chance for a shower or thunderstorm Friday night during which time the front will be moving through New England. The front is expected to be east of us by Saturday morning and then slowly move away during the day. The computer models are suggesting that an area of low pressure will form on the front off the coast of New Jersey. Right now the models are tracking the low far enough to our east to keep us precipitation free. Let's hope they don't change their minds tomorrow.