We are about to embark on a nice November cooldown. The next 4-5 days will be below average in temperatures, mainly in the 40's, but the most important thing will be that it will be dry. We had that weekend storm threat, but it has been off the maps for the past 2 days so it looks like it is finally out of our forecast. It may throw an ocean effect sprinkle down on the Cape or South Shore Saturday afternoon, but that would be just about it. We will really be cold though. Morning temperatures tomorrow will be ranging from the upper 10's in the coldest suburbs to around 30 in the city of Boston. We have our coldest moring on Friday with more 10's and 20's and if Boston doesn't get a freeze tonight, they will Friday morning. The miss is on Saturday and then we slowly start to warm up to a few degrees above normal by Tuesday of next week, ahead of the next storm system. Next week's forecast is of low confidence because there will be wavy fronts all over the place and the eventual storm track of a major storm will dictate our weather, whether we turn white or damp.