An area of low pressure approached the state today with rounds of showers this afternoon and evening.
Most of the rain was light with a couple of heavier pockets into New Haven and Middlesex counties. Due to the light nature of the rainfall, rain totals were below 0.25" statewide.
Rain is tapering off and becoming more isolated. Along with the rain, a wind off of the ocean held temps in the upper 40s for most of the state.
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The average high temperature for this time of the year is approaching the mid 50s.
Sunshine and seasonable temperatures return for Monday and Tuesday before another round of rain moves in toward midweek.