Mostly dry weather has set in and it will last through the weekend.
It will be chilly tonight with temperatures in the upper 20s for most.
The weekend will be on the cold side for the time of year.
High temperatures only be in the upper 40s both Saturday and Sunday.
A storm system will largely miss Connecticut on Saturday. While it will be mostly cloudy, it will also be mainly dry.
A light rain or snow shower is possible, especially in southern Connecticut.
Sunday will be the brighter of the two days with mostly sunny skies. However, it will still be chilly.
Those heading out to the UConn victory parade should dress warmly and find the sunny side of the street.
Early next week looks unsettled, though temperatures rise.
Showers are in the forecast for Monday and they last though Tuesday. Temperatures will peak in the middle 50s both days.
Dry weather returns on Wednesday with a blend of clouds and sunshine. Highs will be in the middle 50s.
A sprawling area of high pressure looks to build in late next week, providing sun-splashed skies with temperatures finally approaching 60 degrees by week's end.