A couple rounds of rainfall are coming to the Northeast through the weekend and start of next week. The good news is we've been relatively dry over the last month, so new rainfall won't cause an overwhelming flood threat like it did earlier in the fall. Still, expect a bit of cloud cover and generally unsettled conditions over the next few days. Rainfall totals will be less than 1" for many, with clouds and showers being a bigger impact than any flood concern.
A few showers will be the focus tonight into Saturday but generally won't make it beyond central and western New York. Another wave arrives on Sunday that has a bit more energy to make it all the way into Northern New England. Temperatures will be cooler too which will allow for a bit of snowfall for far northern Maine. Most of us will see showers from Sunday night through Monday and the start of Tuesday - first along the warm front and then with the following cold front.
The other factor to these fronts will be for gusty winds, especially with the first round of moisture that arrives on Saturday. Generally gusts will be in the range of 20-30 mph for the first part of the weekend and then again by Monday night!