A fast moving cold front is going to bring us a round of showers tonight. The bulk of the precipitation should hold off until after midnight and before it gets here look for areas of dense fog and drizzle. I expect the front to move off the Maine coast Wednesday morning taking any remaining showers with it. A brisk northwest wind will break up the clouds and also transport colder air into our region. Wednesday's high temperatures will most likely be hit in the morning. A ridge of high pressure promises to bring us a mostly sunny day on Thursday and that day is looking to be the coolest of the week with temperatures in the upper 30s to near 40. The high is expected to move east of us on Friday setting up a southerly flow that should lead to warmer temperatures but also increasing clouds. It appears that the warm and moist air mass will be with us for the weekend so I'm not anticipating much sunshine on Saturday or Sunday. Both days are looking quite mild with the chance for a shower now and then.