A warm front worked its way through northern New England on Tuesday sending temperatures into the upper 30s and lower 40s. The mild air mass is going to stick around for Wednesday so we can anticipate similar temperatures on a south to southwest wind. Clouds should increase during the afternoon as a cold front approaches from the west. The front may kick off a few rain or snow showers Wednesday evening as it moves through with clear skies returning by Thursday morning. There really isn't much cold air behind the front so I expect temperatures to remain above normal on Thursday under mostly sunny skies. The only fly in the ointment could be the wind which will be rather stiff and from the northwest. High pressure is going to build in Thursday night and will be right over us Friday morning making for a sunny start to the day. A weak area of low pressure is expected to lift north across the midwestern states during the day dragging a warm front our way. This should result in more cloudiness Friday afternoon and possibly some light rain or snow Friday night. The front is expected to lift to our north on Saturday setting the stage for some very mild weather over the weekend.