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Showers moved through the state this morning, especially in eastern Connecticut, and more shower activity is expected later this afternoon and early this evening.

A few bright spots are possible late, otherwise clouds will dominate. Temperatures will struggle to reach 70-degrees this afternoon.

The cold front itself moves through Connecticut early this evening, and with it can come a few more showers.

Tomorrow's still mostly cloudy, but it should be a dry day. Temperatures will go down several degrees, only peaking in the middle-60s.

A blend of clouds and sunshine is expected on Thursday, but even with more sunshine temperatures will only rise into the upper-50s and lower-60s.

The second cold front of the week passes through on Friday, bringing with it lots of clouds and a few more showers. Temperatures on Friday will be in the lower-60s.

This weekend will be dramatically cooler.

While temperatures on Saturday rise into the lower- to upper-50s, Sunday's high temperatures will be stuck in the 40s in many inland and hill-town locations.

The season's first hard freeze is likely Sunday morning across inland Connecticut, and another hard freeze is likely on Monday morning.

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A fire broke out in the area of Geary Blvd and Parker Avenue on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019, in San Francisco.
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According to the fire department, a third party crew was digging in front of Hong Kong Loung II when they hit a gas line, causing an explosion.
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PG&E spokesperson Paul Doherty speaks to reporters at the scene. He says crews are working closing with firefighters.
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An aerial view shows towering flames as crews battle the San Francisco fire.
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An aerial view shows towering flames as crews battle the San Francisco fire.
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An aerial view shows towering flames as crews battle the San Francisco fire.
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Mayor London Breed said San Francisco firefighters, police and the Dept. of Emergency Management are on the scene.
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Aerial view of the aftermath of a fire sparked by a gas line explosion in San Francisco. (Feb. 6, 2019)
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