Right now northern New England is sitting under a ridge of high pressure that lies between a frontal system to the west and another one to the east. The clouds from both the fronts are trying to move our way and the ridge of high pressure is doing its best to keep them out. It appears that the clouds to our east are going to make a run at us on Friday and they stand a good chance of reaching a Portland to Augusta line during the afternoon. The clouds will continue moving westward Friday night reaching the Maine - New Hampshire border by Saturday morning and then start to dissipate during the day. The western frontal system will then come into play as it tracks through our region Saturday night into Sunday morning bringing a round of showers. By Sunday afternoon this front should be east of us allowing for partial clearing and then a sunny but chilly day on Monday.