For The Rest Of Today: Some instability and moisture will remain in place across the region the rest of today. This means that puffy cumulus clouds are likely to develop this afternoon leading to a mixture of sunshine and clouds. Any showers of rain or even snow is expected to remain north of our area and Western and Central Mass should stay dry the rest of the day today. High temperatures this afternoon will be between 45 and 50 Degrees. Tonight: Another cold night for early November is expected across Western and Central Mass under clear skies and light winds. Low temperatures tonight will be between 25 and 30 Degrees. Thursday: Thursday is expected to start out sunny, but some puffy clouds will once again dot the sky during the afternoon. High temperatures Thursday will be between 45 and 50 Degrees. Friday: An area of high pressure will build into the area for Friday leading to a sunny day with high temperatures between 45 and 50 Degrees. Saturday Through Monday: An area of low pressure is expected to take shape near the southeastern coast of the United States on Saturday and then head northeastward. Most of the weather forecast guidance still keeps the storm system well east of New England, which would mean no impacts at all. The exception is the European weather model, which now forecasts a much closer approach to the area, which would mean wet weather for Sunday night and Monday. Given that a majority of the data seems to suggest the offshore track and no impact to our area in terms of rain, I think the European weather model is likely wrong. With that said, I'm going to be watching this storm closely, in case it does make a closer approach to our area than is currently forecast. This means that Saturday, Sunday and Monday will be sunny to partly sunny. High temperatures on Saturday and Sunday will be between 50 and 55 Degrees. High temperatures Monday will be near 55 Degrees.