December 4, 2023                      8:00 AM

After a damp weekend, satellite observations reveal mostly sunny skies this morning. Clouds will be around during portions of the day Monday, especially in the afternoon, with a few showers or sprinkles around this evening as a weak cold font works through.  Best chance of a shower appears more likely in Northern CT and Rhode Island.

Cooler air works in for Tuesday through Thursday, with highs below seasonal averages in the upper 30s to near 40.  A couple of flurries are possible Wednesday and again Thursday, but do not currently think this is anything impactful across the area.

Temperatures will be trending upward Friday through Sunday with a dynamic low-pressure system deepening across the Midwest. This will draw up a warm, moist flow. Clouds and a breeze increase on Sunday before rain moves in later in the day. Rain will be heavy at times Monday morning before a cooler, dryer stretch of weather to start next week.

Meteorologist Jack Drake