Off and on rain will continue in many parts of the state as cool temperatures stick around into the evening hours.
We saw a record low maximum temperature both yesterday and today. Saturday only reached 49 degrees for the Hartford area and today topped off at 52. About 25 degrees below normal for this time in May.
Expect more rounds of rain as another wave of low pressure moves through. A northeast wind will keep temperatures locked in the 40s to lower 50s.
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Another .25" to .50" of rain is likely to accumulate by Monday morning. This would put some towns close to 4" of rain for the weekend.
A wind shift to the northwest will help to boost temperatures on Monday into the 60s, along with some afternoon clearing.