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The system that will bring us showers on Friday will be one piece of a large puzzle that will all come together off the Mid Atlantic coast on Saturday. A powerful nor'easter will develop and head northeast (of course), away from us. The majority of this system will stay out at sea with only coastal New England seeing a significant direct impact. Indirectly though, this nor'easter will help pull down some very chilly air for this weekend. Some rain and then snow showers will be possible on Saturday as Friday's system merges into the other players off the Mid-Atlantic coast. Highs on Saturday will be in the low 40s early before dropping late in the day. Highs on Sunday will not even reach 40º and low temperatures Monday morning will be in the 20s. As for snow accumulations- no more than a dusting should be expected. Even if we somehow got more, it would quickly melt as 50s return to the area by Monday afternoon.