Saturday will be the pick of the weekend/dry before rain moves in Sunday.

As that rain moves in late Saturday night, a brief period of icing is possible for northern CT. (We can’t go 3 days this winter without using the words “wintry mix!”) This one doesn’t look like a big deal though. By Sunday morning it’s all rain across the state. Rain will come down heavy at times in the morning. We dry out a bit by afternoon with a few lingering showers, mild temperatures and an increasing westerly wind. So Sunday isn’t a total wash-out.

Then, hold onto your hats! Strong winds will develop on Monday as that storm pulls away. Wind gusts could top 50+ mph in spots.

The next chance for a bit of snow is Wednesday of next week with the chance for an Alberta Clipper type storm.

Forecast Details:

TONIGHT: Clear. Low: Low-mid 20s. Upper 20s shoreline.

SATURDAY: Increasing clouds. High: low 40s.

SUNDAY: AM Rain, PM shower but some drying. Turning breezy. High: Mid-upper 40s inland, near 50 shoreline.

MONDAY: Very windy, cooler. High: 30s.

TUESDAY: Partly cloudy. High: low 30s

WEDNESDAY: Chance snow. High: Low 30s

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