Tomorrow features another blend of clouds and sunshine and temperatures will be quite similar to today, in the lower 30s.
A storm is likely Saturday.
However, high pressure and thus fresh cold air is lacking over New England.
So even if the storm takes an ideal track for snow in Connecticut, it would be mostly rain with just some sleet or freezing rain in the hills.
Model guidance has come into better agreement on track in recent runs, and it looks like the storm will pass somewhere near the so-called benchmark of 40 degrees north and 70 degrees west.
Another storm passes by New England Sunday into Monday, and that storm has a better chance of delivering snow.
But it would have to come close enough, and that remains in question.
It turns very cold next week with high temperatures not rising out of the 20s.