More clouds than sunshine will be the story through tomorrow, as Connecticut is in the warm sector of a storm over the Hudson Bay in Canada.
Low clouds and fog return tonight, and there's a chance for a shower.
The fog and low clouds burn off tomorrow morning, and there will be a few breaks of afternoon sunshine. Temperatures will be near record levels, around 72 degrees. The record high in the Hartford area is 72 degrees.
A stray shower is possible tomorrow, but the weekend is dry and much cooler.
Highs will be in the upper 50s and lower 60s on Saturday, with filtered sunshine. High clouds will be overhead as a result of a stalled front offshore.
Sunday is the coldest day in the next seven, but it's bright and sunny. Complete sunshine is expected with high temperatures in the upper 40s to middle 50s.
Sunny skies dominate on Monday with temperatures ranging from the lower 50s to the upper 50s.
More clouds than sunshine are likely Tuesday as a storm system will be in the vicinity of Connecticut. A few showers are possible.
As of today, the Drought Monitor has 92 percent of Connecticut in a moderate drought.