A surface low pressure system currently centered over western Ontario is expected to track northward through the remainder of the week. A cold front from the system will move through the mid-Atlantic region Wednesday into Thursday, resulting in a chance for rain and bringing cooler temperatures to the region. As the low moves over Hudson Bay, it is anticipated to stall, with a second cold front forming to the southwest of the center. Approaching Friday, the latter cold front will move through the northeast US, with a slight chance for isolated showers occurring along the frontal boundary. However, precipitation amounts are unlikely to be as much as the initial front due to the former utilizing most of the available moisture in the region. Southwesterly winds ahead of the front will allow temperatures to rebound into the mid-70's during the day before falling near 50 °F overnight behind the front.
On Saturday, winds will shift to the northwest behind the front, causing high temperatures for the day in the mid to upper 60's. Moisture in the low levels will cause some partly to mostly cloudy conditions during the day, however high pressure and dry air at the surface will ensure no precipitation will occur. On Sunday, the high pressure system will move off the Atlantic coast, causing winds from the south to southeast. Moisture from the ocean will move in throughout the atmosphere, bringing a slight chance for showers during the day.