Wednesday is the pick of the work week. Abundant sunshine will pair with temperatures near 50 degrees to make for a great day. Hill towns will be in the middle 40s.
Another cold front moves through Thursday and serves as the leading edge of the coldest air mass so far this season.
But that's not saying much.
Morning drizzle will give way to p.m. rain on Thursday.
More clouds then sunshine are in the forecast for Friday as the cold front gets hung up offshore. Some indications have a wave of low pressure forming along the front, but the most likely outcome would be a dry day.
Even though this weekend will feel chilly, with high temperatures in the lower 40s, it will still be above average.
The first prolific lake effect snow event of the season could happen this weekend to our west, which would yield a good mix of sun and clouds in Connecticut on Saturday.
Sunday should be brighter with less wind. High temperatures will still be in the lower 40s.
Low temperatures this weekend will near freezing inland and in the upper 20s in the hill towns. So, some snowmaking is possible but it certainly
The start to the next work week also looks dry with lots of sunshine. Temperatures will be on the upswing, heading back towards the 50s.