The storm that brought heavy rainfall to parts of Maine and New Hampshire Tuesday should be well to our east by Wednesday morning but it will be followed by another area of low pressure. This should keep us in the clouds tonight and on Wednesday with periods of rain or snow likely. As this second low moves off to the east Wednesday afternoon the precipitation will wind down and with a small ridge of high pressure building in we stand a good chance of seeing at least some sunshine on Thursday. The fair weather won't be here for very long because all the models agree that yet another storm is in the works for Friday. The precipitation from this next system should begin Thursday night and could start out as light snow making for another dicey morning commute on Friday. Once again we expect warmer air to finds its way into our region changing the snow over to rain just about everywhere on Friday except possibly the mountains. The storm is expected to stall over the maritimes on Saturday and then slowly move away on Sunday keeping the threat of rain or snow showers in the forecast for the first half of the weekend.