We haven't enjoyed any extended stretch of dry weather this October and so these last two rain free days have been especially nice. It was the first time this month we went two consecutive days with no precipitation. The streak will end on Friday as showers are expected to arrive thanks to a slow moving frontal system. The activity should be pretty scattered in the morning and then become much more widespread in the afternoon. The precipitation will continue into Saturday morning and then wind down during the day as the front works its way through our region. The computer models are predicting between .5 and 1.5 inches of rainfall from the system and while there are no flood watches up at this time the NWS will be keeping a close eye on the upper Saco River as well as the Pemigewasset River. Sunday is looking to be a partly sunny day with the chance for a few showers in the mountains. Monday is also looking partly sunny.