The ridge of high pressure responsible for today's sunshine is going to move east of us on Friday. It will be followed by a weak warm front that promises to spread clouds into our region and possibly a few showers late in the day. A cold front moving our way from the Great Lakes will enhance the chances for precipitation Friday night and this most likely fall as a mix of rain, sleet or freezing rain. The precipitation is looking to be pretty light but it could still result in some slippery driving especially over interior sections. The cold front is expected to slowly work its way through our region on Saturday keeping the threat of showers in the forecast. Drier air will follow for Sunday and should provide us with a partly sunny day. The tranquility looks to be short lived because another storm system is expected to move our way Sunday night. The models are tracking the storm up the St. Lawrence Valley on Monday putting us on the warm side of the system. The precipitation most likely will start as snow or sleet Sunday night and then change to all rain on Monday.