The upper level trough will move across the region tonight and Saturday morning. The chance of rain will shift well east by sunrise Saturday morning, but there may be some residual clouds that linger into the morning. As the trough continues east, drier air will move in and clouds will be decreasing. By the afternoon, skies will be mostly sunny. With high pressure centered over Michigan providing a northwest wind, highs will be a little cooler, in the mid 70s.
The high pressure area will move into New England on Sunday, bringing winds around to the south. This will bring some warmer temperatures, with highs reaching the lower 80s. A low pressure system will be approaching from the west, but the rain associated with it will hold off until Monday. It looks like the weather will be ideal for the main event on Sunday afternoon. Enjoy!