Wednesday looks like a dry day bookended by two potentially rainy nights. The National Weather Service foresees a few showers for New England on Tuesday night, but mainly dry weather and sunshine as air moisture subsides by Wednesday morning. The day’s highs should reach into the lower 60s, continuing an abnormally cold May. Paired with those temperatures, wind is expected to blow at speeds of up to 20 miles per hour. At night, cold fronts traveling from central Canada will hit the region, bringing along the chance of rainfall.