A cold front moved across the state yesterday afternoon and that front has stalled just to the south of Connecticut.
Drizzle and fog will persist in the morning, especially in the southern part of the state.
Meteorologist Melissa Cole said a shower is possible at any time today.
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Drier weather and sunshine is possible in northern Connecticut and closer to the Massachusetts border.
Temperatures are expected to stay in the 70s and the humidity will be lower in comparison to the past few days.
Monday and Tuesday will feature partly sunny skies, low humidity, and highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s.
However, Wednesday could bring showers and thunderstorms as a low-pressure system moves into the region. Meteorologist Scot Haney said the air will be much more humid and highs will peak in the 80s.
A cold front will push the showers to the east of New England on Wednesday night and a large of high pressure will move into the region.
Haney said the weather on Thursday and Friday will be fantastic!
Thursday will be mostly sunny with a dry breeze and temperatures will top out around the 80 degree mark.
Friday's forecast is calling for mostly sunny skies, light winds, low humidity, and highs between 80-85.
Cole said the nice weather will carry over into the weekend. Saturday will feature partly sunny skies, morning lows in the 50s and afternoon highs in the middle 80s.
Sunday is looking great as well with dry and seasonably warm weather.
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