Temperatures rebounded nicely on Thursday as a ridge of high pressure located south of us transported warmer air into northern New England. That high is going to move off to the east tonight as an area of low pressure heads for the Virginia coast. The low is not expected to bring us any precipitation as it tracks off to the northeast on Friday but it will put more clouds in our sky. As it moves away a cold front is going to drop out of Canada and should be off the Maine coast by Friday evening. Behind the front colder temperatures can be expected for Saturday and with high pressure building in plenty of sunshine. The high will give way to an approaching warm front and increasing cloudiness Saturday night. The clouds most likely will stick around into Sunday and there is a slight chance for a few showers as well although I expect these to be few and far between. Look for partial clearing on Monday.