This weekend will be a bit more comfortable than recent days.
A cold front will slowly cross the state tomorrow, but get stuck just southeast of Connecticut.
It's close enough for an isolated storm this weekend, with some humidity, but most of the time it will be dry.
This weekend will be great to hit the beaches.
Temperatures will be near 90 degrees both days across inland Connecticut, with middle 80s at the shoreline.
The isolated storm threat is in the p.m. hours Saturday, while a storm could occur at anytime on Sunday.
Unsettled weather returns in the form of scattered thunderstorms late Monday into Tuesday.
The humidity will ramp back up then as well.
By and large, however, next week won't feature much rain.