The combination of high pressure drifting off the New England coast and a weak warm front will deliver clouds Saturday night followed by light snow flurries and freezing drizzle early Sunday morning. High pressure noses down out of eastern Canada for Monday with a mix of sun and clouds.
Meanwhile, a storm will be developing off the North Carolina coast Monday and begin to track northeast and intensify. Current guidance suggests that the storm will move north-northeast and brush Connecticut with some light to moderate precipitation. Since the cold air source needed for a snowstorm will not be there, the precipitation type will be mostly in the form of rain with a little snow to start. However, since the storm is still a few days away, it bears watching and a lot could change during the next several days.
Overnight: Increasing clouds. Low: 25-32.
Sunday: Chance for spotty light flurries and freezing drizzle in the morning, otherwise cloudy during the afternoon. High: 35-42.
Sunday night: Mostly cloudy with the chance for a few sprinkles. Low: 30
Monday: Partly sunny. High: 40-45.
Tuesday: Chance of rain with some light snow to start early. High: low 40s.
Wednesday: Partly sunny. High in the mid 40s