Frontal boundaries are having a very tough time getting through the Northeast…with high pressure locked in place and not much moving in the atmosphere these fronts tend to wash out instead of delivering a shot of cold air. The end result…mild temps and lots of clouds. Another front will work in early tomorrow morning but will also fizzle overhead…slight chance for a shower tomorrow morning followed by brightening and warm temps in the 70s tomorrow afternoon.
A weak low will develop along the fading front tomorrow night and spread our best chance at rain in…it’s looking like a solid band or batch of showers will work in during the night and exit early Friday morning. The winds will pick up a bit after it’s passage, the air will dry out and temps will drop a bit into the lower 60s for the weekend. Certainly nothing alarming but it will be a bit brisk at times over the weekend.