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Rain works through the state for the morning commute

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HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -

Showers and periods of rain can be expected for Friday.

Meteorologist Scot Haney recommended packing the umbrella for the day.

"Some showers could produce moderate to heavy rain," Haney said.

As of 6 a.m., some heavy rain was traveling southwest to northeast.

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"It is going to be another day of cloudy, cool weather with highs in the 50s," Haney said.

He said if we're lucky, we could see temps rise close to the 60 degree mark.

For Mother's Day weekend, the "cut-off low" that's been affecting the state should begin to weaken.

"That means we can expect some improvement," Haney said. "[Saturday] should be mostly cloudy as a few showers dot the state."

Sunday, a cold front that's been forecasted for most of the week will pass through the state with another round of showers.

"Showers are most likely from late morning through mid-afternoon," Haney said. "We might see some late day clearing as a dry, northwesterly flow develops after the front passes through."

Highs should be in the 60s.

A northwesterly flow will bring some cooler air back to the state for Sunday night.

"The sky will become totally clear and temperatures will dip into the upper 30s and 40s," Haney said.

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