STORM WATCH: Cloudy and dry Friday before rain rolls in Saturday
NOW & NEW: Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Steve Teeling says overnight will see a few high clouds with temps in the mid-50s on the shore and upper-40s inland. A light jacket may come in handy heading out the door in the morning once again. Friday will be partly sunny in the morning with more clouds in the afternoon. Turning breezy through the day.
NEXT: Saturday will be cloudy, windy and cool with heavy rain. 1-3 inches of rain is possible. Numerous impacts will be felt with this storm - coastal flooding, inland flooding in the usual spots, gusty winds, scattered power outages and rough waves on Long Island Sound. Sunday also looks cloudy and breezy with occasional rain likely. Monday will be mostly cloudy along with some scattered showers.
OVERNIGHT: A few clouds. Low of 55, upper-40s inland.
FRIDAY: Partly sunny with more clouds in the afternoon. High of 69.
SATURDAY: Cloudy, windy and cool with rain likely, heavy at times. High of 62.
SUNDAY: Cloudy and breezy with occasional light rain. High of 65.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. High of 68.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny. High of 69.