A storm system off the coast of North Carolina brought light rain to Long Island, New York Thursday morning but that was as far north as the precipitation would get. High pressure over northern Maine kept the air over us dry enough to prevent any rain from reaching northern New England. We did see high cloudiness which led to filtered sunshine and I expect the same thing to happen on Friday as we remain sandwiched between the low and the high. Temperatures have been moderating over the last couple of days and that trend should continue into Friday with most interior locations topping out near 70. Mid 60s will be the rule near the coast. A cold front is going to move through our region Friday night and this promises to bring much cooler weather to our region on Saturday. In addition it appears there will be a surge of low level moisture moving in which should result in plenty of clouds during the day. High pressure will build in Saturday night setting the stage for for sunshine and slightly warmer temperatures on Sunday.