More showers have been pushing their way across the state on Thursday.
A flood warning was in effect for Hartford, Tolland and Windham counties until 2:30 p.m. That warning has since expired.
Meteorologist Melissa Cole said that as of midday, the heaviest rain departed.
"Some of our models are indicating another wave of rain will develop over Long Island Sound, and impact the shoreline with more showers through the afternoon and early evening." Cole said. "It looks like the rain will completely end [Thursday], and clouds will clear out overnight too."
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Temperatures for the day have been much cooler than they were earlier this week.
High pressure will move in to close out the week.
"By the time you wake up [Friday], temps will be in the 30s and low 40s, but should rebound nicely with full sunshine expected," Cole said.
The weather will hold on at least for Saturday.
"It will be breezy and trending warmer with highs close to 70 inland," said meteorologist Scot Haney.
Sunday, another potentially potent storm system approaches.
"Clouds will increase and chances for rain will be on the increase through the afternoon hours," Haney said. "The wind will pick up and the rain could be heavy at times Sunday evening and at night."
Showers could linger into Monday morning, but the clouds should erode by then.
However, highs for the day will only be in the 50s.
"For Halloween [Tuesday], the weather is looking stellar," Haney said. "By trick-or-treat time, sunset is at 5:45 p.m., temperatures will be dropping from the 50s into the 40s. Cool, but it will be dry."
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