For This Afternoon: Any leftover clouds in the Connecticut River Valley is likely to give way to at least partly sunny skies by early this afternoon. Across the rest of the area, partly sunny skies are expected throughout this afternoon. Temperatures this afternoon will be between 70 and 75 Degrees. Tonight: A cold front is expected to move from north to south across the area this evening. Once this cold front moves through, skies are likely to become cloudy and there is likely to be areas of fog and drizzle late tonight as an easterly wind kicks in. In addition to this, some isolated light showers are possible across mainly Central Mass late tonight. Low temperatures tonight will be between 50 and 55 Degrees. Saturday: An easterly wind flow is likely to lead to generally cloudy skies across Western and Central Mass, along with some areas of fog and drizzle at times. It will be cool on Saturday with high temperatures of between 60 and 65 Degrees. Sunday: A cloudy day is expected on Sunday and there could be some intermittent light rain during the afternoon. In addition, there is likely to be areas of fog and drizzle at times as that easterly wind flow continues across the area. High temperatures Sunday will be near 65 Degrees. Columbus Day: It still looks like that easterly wind flow will diminish during Monday and because of this, we will probably see some slightly warmer temperatures. With that said, Monday is still likely to be cloudy and there may still be some areas of fog and drizzle around, primarily during the morning. High temperatures on Columbus Day will be near 70 Degrees. Tuesday Through Next Friday: Overall, next week looks dry and warm as an upper level high pressure system gradually builds over the Northeastern United States. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday all look partly sunny with high temperatures all three days between 70 and 75 Degrees. A weak frontal system may introduce some clouds and isolated showers next Friday. High temperatures next Friday will be between 70 and 75 Degrees.