Low clouds and fog Saturday will burn off in most spots, except in southeastern Connecticut where the clouds may linger all day long.
Clouds will once again increase for all during the course of the day, with breezy and warm conditions. Temperatures will rise into the middle-80s inland, but stay in the 70s at the shoreline.
A cold front comes through on Sunday. Clouds will hang tough all day long and on-and-off showers will make for a damp end to the weekend. The heaviest of the showers will be in the p.m. hours.
The front stalls to the south of the region on Monday and Tuesday, but not far enough away to make for nice weather. Monday looks cloudy and very cool, with a chance for rain.
Temperatures will barely crack the low 60s.
Tuesday, a little sun is possible, but the chance for showers remains in the forecast. Total rainfall from the period Sunday through Tuesday could be over an inch, so it will help the rainfall deficit that currently exists across the region. Also, pollen levels will finally be reduced, at least for a time.
Wednesday and Thursday will be downright gorgeous, with temperatures in the 70s and tons of sunshine. Dew points will be in the 40s and 50s, meaning there won’t be any humidity whatsoever!
By late week, temperatures make a return to the 80s as dry weather sticks around.