HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -- While the upcoming Mother’s Day weekend features some showers, it also will bring some sunshine.

The weekend started out cloudy and cool, with a gloomy Saturday.

Meteorologist Connor Lewis said the sun will peak its head out, but showers will rapidly fill the rest of the state through sunset.

You can track them with the Early Warning Pinpoint Doppler Radar on the Ch. 3 app:

"Once the rain starts at your house, it won’t stop until Monday morning," says Lewis.

The rain will be moderate for the most part and most communities should see at least a half inch of rain.

The rain will become light by the time you head out the door Monday morning.

Winds will remain light as well.

"We’ll be able to see some sunbreaks by the afternoon, so you may need your shades for the drive home from work," added Lewis.

Beyond Monday’s rain in the morning, the rest of the week looks pretty quiet, as of right now.

Another storm system is on the way for Friday.

Read the full Technical Discussion by clicking here.

For weather updates on smartphones and tablets, download the Ch. 3 app here.

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