After a couple of warm April days, temperatures will dip again as a storm comes in, bringing lots of rain and wind.
Between late morning and this evening, about an inch of rain will fall in most parts of the state, while some isolated areas will receive 2 inches.
Wind advisories are in effect until 2 p.m. and winds along the shoreline will gust to about 40 miles per hour and temperatures across the state will drop back into wintry temperatures in the 30s.
Coastal flood statements have been issued for New Haven and Fairfield counties.
The seasonable weather returns on Saturday, when it is partly sunny with a high of 55 to 60 degrees.
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