HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - Between 1 and 2 inches of rain fell in parts of the state on Tuesday.

Meteorologist Scot Haney said places like Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks picked up 1.05 inches of rain as of noon.

"Now with that said, we are expecting even more rain throughout the day [Tuesday], so please be careful when driving," Haney said.

Track it with Channel 3's interactive radar here.

The wet weather should wind down around the evening commute. 

"While not a drought buster, the rain is certainly beneficial, especially since it’s coming over a two-day period, allowing it to soak in," Haney said.

Highs for Tuesday may flirt with 60 degrees.

Wednesday and Thursday appear to be a nice days with mostly-sunny skies and temperatures near 70 degrees.

Low temps by Wednesday evening are expected to drop into the 40s.

"A storm system heads our way toward the end of the week," Haney said. "Friday, we’ll see an increase in cloud cover with rain becoming likely during the afternoon hours."

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