Throughout the entire course of yesterday, we received 0.26 inches of rain. Last night there were a few thunderstorms in the vicinity, which put on a good lightning show, and we picked up nearly half of our daily rainfall as that low pressure system moved through. Cold air moved into the area behind the cold front that passed through behind those thunderstorms, and that is going to bring us cooler temperatures than we have had the past couple of days. That, coupled with a trough in the jet stream, cooler Canadian air is going to move in to the area over the weekend and into next week. Both Friday and Saturday we can expect to see the chance for scattered showers in the afternoon, and temperatures on Saturday are going to dip down to the 40s. Sunday is going to be the pick of the days for the weekend, Sunny skies and a high temperature back in the 50s. Monday we have another chance for some rain to begin your work week. Tuesday we should see sunshine return, but temperatures will only be in the mid 40s. Wednesday more significant rain will move through the area and rain chance will linger into Thursday and Friday. For your weather updates, make sure to follow us on Twitter @NLIWeather.