It's been awhile since we've had a weekend full of sunshine with no shoveling to worry about; high pressure has done a nice job producing plenty of blue sky across the New England region.
Sunday will get off to a sunny start, with clouds sliding in our direction during the afternoon and evening as a frontal boundary moves our way from the Great Lakes. Monday will feature a partly to mostly cloudy sky, but I think any precipitation will hold off until late Monday into the day on Tuesday. Southerly winds on Tuesday will keep out temperatures mild, so most of the precipitation will fall in the form of rain, although the usual colder spots (upper elevation, northernmost counties) may see some initial wet snowflakes and sleet.
On the other side of the front drier air will flow into the region on Wednesday, so after a cloudy start a brighter sky will develop. The rest of the week? Bright and storm-free!