A ridge of high pressure brought us yet another day of sunshine Thursday and we have now gone five consecutive days with no precipitation. The high is going to move east of us tonight and this most likely will result in some low level cloudiness by Friday morning. I expect any morning clouds to give way to more sunshine and with a southerly wind temperatures should have no problem reaching the 60s. They should range from near 60 along the Maine coast to the mid and upper 60s as you head into New Hampshire. Saturday's weather is looking similar to Friday's and then look for more clouds on Sunday as the wind shifts into the east out ahead of Hurricane Sandy. Our computer models are very far apart with regard to where Sandy will go. They all agree that the storm will curve to the northwest and hit the east coast early next week but just where that will take place is up for grabs. The best guess right now is northern New Jersey but I wouldn't be surprised if that changes tomorrow. The farther south it makes landfall the better off we will be as far as damaging winds are concerned. One thing is certain and that is we can look forward to a stretch of wet weather starting on Monday and continuing for most of next week.