A soggy start to the weekend does clear up through the overnight and into Sunday morning.
Depending on how early you wake up on Sunday, you could be met with a couple of showers. Sunshine returns by midday.
By the time trick-or-treating kicks into high gear Sunday afternoon and evening, there's a low chance for a couple of spotty rain showers.
Any rain - and it's a low chance - won't last long and we certainly aren't expecting downpours.
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As of 10:30 p.m. Saturday, over 0.75" of rain fell in parts of the state, including Meriden, New Haven and Stonington. Other than that, rain totals are expected to stay within 0.25 and 0.75 inches everywhere except southwestern Connecticut.
Sunshine will return to start off the new work week. Cooler air is on the way by late week with highs in the 50s.