A dry front moved in late Saturday night allowing plenty of cool, dry air to remain in place across the region to finish the weekend. Look for lots of sunshine to continue into the beginning of the week with temperatures rising as winds become southerly during the day on Monday.
Another front approaches Wednesday with a serious cold blast of air getting pushed south across the country. Wednesday looks to be the first chance for rain with just a few showers likely with the front. The cold moves in on Thursday with temperatures peaking early in the day then falling.
The north shore will see 30's again as we head into the weekend. For everyone looking to get a little rain we have a better chance as next weekend comes to an end of seeing some heavy soaking rain. The marine forecast stays calm until the next front shows up on Wednesday?.
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