Our next weather-maker will be a combination of high pressure drifting off the New England coast and a weak warm front that will deliver clouds tonight followed by light snow flurries and freezing drizzle early tomorrow morning.
High pressure noses down out of eastern Canada for Monday bringing a mix of sun and clouds. Meanwhile, a storm will be developing off the North Carolina coast Monday and begin to track northeast and intensity. Current models suggest the storm will brush Connecticut with some light to moderate precipitation, most likely a little snow but mostly rain.
Today: Mostly sunny, chilly. High: 30s.
Tonight: Increasing clouds, chance for few light snow showers/flurries very late. Low: 25-32.
Sunday: Cloudy, with the chance for spotty light snow and freezing drizzle in the morning, changing to plain light rain/drizzle in the afternoon. High: 35-40.
Sunday night: Cloudy, breezy and mild with showers moving in pre-dawn hours Monday morning. Low: 30s.
Monday: Partly sunny. High: 37-43.
Tuesday: Chance for snow to rain. High: near 40.