A sliver of high pressure will keep Monday dry with some sun in the morning followed by increasing clouds through the day. Then, Tuesday, an area of low pressure will move toward the northeast from the Great Lakes and will spread scattered rain showers over us. As that Low moves toward the Long Island Sound Wednesday, it will stall and give us bouts of rain Wednesday, Thursday, and even into early Friday. Late Friday that coastal low will move away and we'll have improving conditions late Friday and Saturday. Meanwhile it will remain cloudy and cool Tuesday through the next weekend. Low temperatures will be in near 40 and highs near 50 degrees. It will be breezy Wednesday and Thursday, even Friday too.
Improving weather conditions will return this weekend as the low pulls away. Expect just an isolated shower or two early Saturday, followed by increasing sunshine and drier weather for the rest of the weekend. A warming trend is expected toward early next week.-Meteorologist Steve Glazier