December has been pretty grey and dreary so far, but that is expected to change after Wednesday.
Rain is expected to last throughout the evening on Wednesday, and fog will move in and could cause some problems in parts of the state.
"The National Weather Service issued a Dense Fog Advisory for much of Southern Connecticut until 10 this evening," said Chief Meteorologist Bruce DePrest.
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The rain should end by midnight, and a breeze will kick in by the morning hours.
Overnight lows will range from the middle 30s to the middle 40s, depending on your location.
"Rainfall totals between yesterday and today should range from 0.25” to 1.0” across the state," DePrest said.
Thursday will bring partial clearing, along with brisk temperatures and a wind that could gust over 30 miles per hour.
"High temperatures will be generally in the 40s although some locations could see highs closer to 50 degrees," DePrest said.
Temperatures are expected to dip between 25 and 35 degrees overnight on Thursday, and Friday will bring sunshine and some clouds.
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