An area of low pressure is going to track by to our west over the next 24 hours dragging a warm front through our region tonight and then a cold front on Saturday. Both the fronts will bring periods of rain along with with occasional downpours. The cold front is expected to move past us Saturday afternoon and once it goes by any rainfall will wind down leaving us with cloudy skies. In southern New Hampshire and extreme southwest Maine the clouds should start to break up in the afternoon and if this plays out temperatures will approach 70 degrees at those locations. Low to mid 60s will be the rule elsewhere. Drier and cooler air is expected to filter in Saturday night so we stand a better chance of seeing at least some sunshine on Sunday. There could still be a few scattered showers around especially in the mountains and temperatures won't be as warm as Saturday's. A dry weather pattern appears to setting up for next week that could allow us to string together a stretch of rain free days. This has yet to happen in October so it would be a welcome change.