Following Friday's chilly start, Saturday looks to be a bit wet.
Meteorologist Mark Dixon said runners for the Eversource Hartford Marathon may have a bit of shower activity to contend with when the race starts on Saturday morning.
"Clouds will generally be on the increase later [Friday night] and [Friday] evening," Dixon said. "Isolated showers will be possible overnight and throughout the day [Saturday]."
Temperatures for Saturday will start in the low-to-mid 50s then peak in the 70s.
As of Friday afternoon's forecast, scattered showers may be what to expect for the race and beyond.
"Sunday will feature a mix of sun and clouds, highs will be between 75 and 80," Dixon said. "Showers could move through the state Sunday night with a cold front."
Monday into Tuesday could be another cold night with lows in the 30s.
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