For the third night in a row a weak area of low pressure is going to move through New England bringing a round of showers. As the low moves away on Thursday a northerly wind will ensue and this promises to deliver cooler and drier air into our region. Most areas should see at least some sunshine on Thursday with northern areas receiving the most. Despite this I expect temperatures to be confined to the 40s. The cold air will continue to flow in Thursday night sending temperatures below freezing just about everywhere. Then with this cold air in place a storm system will be moving our way for Friday. The storm is expected to track by to our west which would normally result in a rain event for our region this time of year but unseasonably cold air will be in place. Therefore we most likely will see a mix of rain and sleet across the south with some accumulating snow in the higher elevations. The precipitation will wind down late Friday night with partial clearing taking place on Saturday. Right now Sunday is looking partly sunny with temperatures pretty close to normal.