While the heavy rain is done, there will be scattered showers for the rest of Sunday.
Meteorologist Mike Cameron said there could be some peek-a-boo sunshine in some parts of the state.
“If the sun comes out at all, mid-70s is possible; otherwise, upper-60s to around 70 degrees will be about as high as readings can go,” he said.
By late evening, the clouds will part and the sun will start to shine as sunset approaches.
“When all is said and done with every last drop of rain, many towns will receive 1 to 2 inches of rain. A few towns could receive 2 to 3 inches,” Cameron said.
Although there are no watches or warnings as of this discussion's issuance, minor flooding is possible.
Sunshine and low humidity will start the week.
“High pressure will build into Connecticut from the Great Lakes, promising this comfortable tranquility,” Cameron said. “With lows in the 50s and highs around 80 degrees, the windows can stay open and the air conditioners can stay off.”
The next chance for showers could be on Tuesday night as a cold front starts to move into the state.
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