After a couple days of clouds and rain, the sun will return just in time for the weekend. As a low pressure system exits the region today, lingering showers should be limited to this morning with the skies clearing as we move into the evening hours. Tomorrow, an upper level ridge and surface high pressure will build over New York and the off the mid-Atlantic coast, respectively.
This will cause flow from the northwest in Boston, and mostly sunny skies. With temperatures expected to be in the 70s, it will be a great day to get outside before the next round of unsettled weather returns next week. On Sunday, as the upper level ridge flattens out and a cold front approaches from Quebec, it should get cloudier as the day goes on. By Monday, we will be in a similar setup as this past week, with a nearly stationary front and weak disturbances moving along it through the middle of next week.