Rain continues to move out of the state. Any lingering showers or areas of drizzle will end by midnight. There could be a few wet snowflakes in northern Connecticut, according to Meteorologist Darren Sweeney.
The next issue will be some black ice forming as temps drop slowly. Much of the water will dry up thanks to a gusty wind overnight. Some icy patches are still possible, so be careful driving later tonight.
We'll see some cooler temperatures tonight into tomorrow, with highs in the upper 20s and lower 30s.
Expect wind and partial cloud cover tomorrow.
Some flurries are possible New Year's Eve and then perhaps more snow by Thursday. Toward the weekend it becomes frigid. We could see temps below zero by Saturday am.