It's starting to feel more like fall in the East, after an unseasonably warm start to the season.
A very welcomed cold front made its way through the region on Saturday, knocking temperatures down 10 to 20 degrees in many areas.
The collision between the warm and cold air masses was enough to help produce a few severe storms from the Mid-Atlantic to New England.
High pressure will build throughout the rest of the weekend, helping the cool, dry air remain in place into the workweek. Forecast models show the next best chance of rain for parts of New England won't come until the end of the week.