Dense fog and heavy rain will make for an unpleasant day across Connecticut.
A cold front will move through early this afternoon, then temperatures will plunge.
Until the front passes, rain will continue. It will be heaviest late morning and early afternoon.
Wind gusts to 40 mph are possible along the shoreline and in the higher terrain. Elsewhere, wind gusts to 30 mph are in the cards.
Given the saturated snow pack across much of the state, a flash freeze is expected.
The water will continue to drain from the snow pack for several hours after the temperature drops below freezing.
It will be a cold night, with temperatures falling into the teens.
The entire state will likely remain below freezing tomorrow!