HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -- Following a windy and cold Friday, Saturday was mostly sunny and cold, with temperatures around 40 degrees.

Lows Saturday night are expected to drop to the 20s and lower 30s across the state.

It’ll be partly to mostly sunny on Sunday, and it looks like the day will remain dry.

Temperatures will reach between 48 and 55 degrees.

The next chance for any wet or white weather is Tuesday when a coastal storm could move into the state.

It'll begin as rain on Tuesday, and then it could transition to snow in parts of the state as the day progresses.

"At this point, it does not look like a big snowstorm for Connecticut. However, some accumulation can’t be ruled out," DePrest said.

Any precipitation will end Tuesday night as temperatures plummet into the teens.

The air will be even colder, and wind chills could be close to zero at the bus stop Wednesday morning.

"It is going to be brutally cold at the bus stop Wednesday morning! Record cold is possible as well," DePrest said.

Because of those two reasons, an Early Warning Weather Alert will go into effect on Monday afternoon.

Wednesday should be partly sunny, but windy with temperatures only in the upper 20s and lower 30s.

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