High pressure will be quite dominate over Connecticut over the next week, with only a few exceptions.
A cold front sweeps through on Wednesday and with it will come a few showers.
Recent trends have been for less rain. Most areas won't even pick up a quarter inch of new rain.
Temperatures will rise into the middle 50s.
Thursday and Friday both look dry with abundant sunshine. Temperatures will be seasonable, in the middle 50s.
It will be breezy and chilly on Saturday with a blend of clouds and sunshine. Highs will only be in the 40s.
The Great Lakes are still quite warm, so even the smallest amount of relative cold over the lakes results in lake-effect clouds.
More sunshine is expected Sunday, when it will be warmer, with temperatures in the middle 50s.
Early next week, Monday and Tuesday should be dry with highs in the middle and upper 50s.