Frequent showers are expected to last through Saturday as an area of low pressure moves through the region.
Rain totals will vary greatly across the state. Some areas may only get one quarter inch, while others could see over one inch of rain.
There is a small chance that tropical moisture gets drawn into the region. That would be the cause of greater rain totals, and signals are pointing to far eastern Connecticut if it were to occur.
Gusts over 40 mph are expected by Saturday afternoon, when scattered showers remain in the forecast on the back of the storm system. Temperatures will be in the middle and upper 50s.
By Sunday, it will dry out, but turn noticeably cooler! High temperatures will only be near 60 degrees, and the wind will still be quite gusty.