Today's rain is courtesy of a warm front moving up the east coast. A few episodes of light rain are possible before the front passes through town around the time the Yankees take the field. The clouds ahead of the slow-moving front will keep today's high in the upper 60s. If that's not warm enough for you hop on the next NJ Transit train to Trenton, where it will be in the upper 70s.

The warm front's passage will only mean a temporary cessation of rain. A cold front is trailing swiftly behind, and it may rumble into town with a bit of post-game thunder. The humid air ahead of the cold front means the stage is set for showers and thunderstorms from late tonight through noon tomorrow. Saturday's high should be a very misleading upper 60s. The high will be just after midnight. Daytime temperatures tomorrow will gradually fall to near 60 Saturday afternoon, with perhaps a slight upward bump if the sun comes out later in the day.

Sunday and Monday are looking fine. Expect sunny skies and highs in the low to mid 60s. The fair weather may be short-lived. Although it is several days away it appears that brisk conditions will be here in the middle of next week.