Dry weather is here to stay for several days as high pressure takes control of Connecticut's weather.
Wind gusts to 35 mph resulted in over 1,000 Eversource power outages earlier today, but that number has come down substantially as of Friday evening.
A flurry is possible late tonight as much colder air blows into the region.
Tomorrow features a mix of clouds and sunshine, though it will be cold. It will be windy with northwest winds between 15 and 30 mph.
Temperatures will range from the middle 40s to upper 40s, with the hill towns being the coldest tomorrow.
Sun will be filtered by a few high clouds on Sunday, and temperatures will be seasonable in the lower and middle 50s.
Mostly sunny skies are expected Monday and temperatures will rise to near 60 degrees.
Even though it will be bright and sunny Tuesday, temperatures won't rise out of the lower and middle 50s. That's still above average.
It turns unsettled late week. A cold front brings showers on either Thursday or Friday, with temperatures in the 50s to perhaps near 60 degrees.
By Friday, the cold front will be overhead or east of the region. There's a great deal of uncertainty in the forecast late next week with regard to both temperatures and precipitation.