A weak ridge of high pressure brought us another dry day Wednesday and at the Portland Jetport it was the 21st day this month without even a trace of precipitation. It certainly has been a dry October but it appears it won't be going out on a dry note. A warm front will be approaching us on Thursday bringing increasing clouds in the morning and scattered showers in the afternoon. Strong southerly winds are going to transport warmer air our way sending temperatures into the 50s. Showers are expected to become more widespread Thursday night and then continue into Friday as a cold front moves our way. Once the front goes by the rain will come to an end and we should see breaks in the clouds Friday afternoon. Temperatures are going to reach the 60s. Another cold front will be headed our way for Saturday bringing more clouds and another round of showers Saturday night. These could last into Sunday morning but should ultimately give way to clearing skies and much colder temperatures for Sunday and Monday.