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An area of strong high pressure to the north across Southeastern Canada will re-exert itself much of the weekend across the Northeast.




High pressure that moved in early in the week will give way to another even stronger area of high pressure anchored over Eastern Canada that will nose it's way down over us this weekend!  Although, a small part of our viewing area did get a little wet late Thursday night and early this morning.  As the high
builds in more aggressively today, so too will drier air and the sunshine from north to south. So the sky should get brighter and a lot sunnier during the late morning and afternoon. Highs will make the mid to upper 60s for most,
but only 60 to 65 south where the clouds will linger longest.

After a mainly clear and chilly night tonight, you can expect an abundance of sun for Saturday, a pretty healthy southerly breeze developing and highs likely reaching 70 to 75. What a way to start the second weekend of October
On Sunday, a weakening cool front will deliver more clouds to the area for the later morning and afternoon and possibly a shower or two late in the day, mainly west. All in all, though, I would give this upcoming weekend
two thumbs up for outdoor activities and comfort level. Highs Sunday will likely not be as warm as Saturday, but still unseasonably mild up near 70, as clouds will aid in keeping readings a little lower. The average high for the
12th and 13th days of October is in the low 60s, so that just gives you some perspective on what's "normal" for this time of year.

SATURDAY:  It will become breezy and balmy with a lot of sunshine expected.

HIGH:  73

SUNDAY:  Mostly cloudy with a slight risk for a shower late, especially west.

HIGH:  70

MONDAY:  Morning sprinkle then becoming partly sunny.

HIGH:  67

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