High pressure was in control of Connecticut's weather through Saturday, meaning dry, sunny weather. But big changes are in sight.
High temperatures were up above 60 degrees Saturday with lots of sunshine.
A cold front began to move in Saturday night, leading to rain and snow showers on Sunday. It will be much cooler with a gusty wind. Temperatures won't get out of the 40s on Sunday.
Minor snow accumulations are possible in the higher elevations of northwestern Connecticut, starting around daybreak Sunday and on and off through Monday.
By Monday, it will be chilly again with temperatures in the 30s most of the day. More snow showers are expected.
Tuesday and Wednesday should be dry, but it won't last.
A chance for rain is in the forecast for both Thanksgiving Day and Friday.
Temperatures will be far more seasonable by then, only peaking in the upper 40s.