Rain that was heavy at times Tuesday night has tampered to showers, fog, and drizzle. Flooding was reported in parts of Connecticut after amounts greater than four inches of rain fell.
Wednesday morning, we are on the warmer side of the front and wind from the south takes over, transporting warmth and humidity into New England with daybreak temperatures around 70 and highs around 80 with a few breaks of sun today.
Scattered showers and downpours are still possible, though widespread rain is unlikely until a round of thunderstorms sweeps from northwest to southeast, late day and this evening,
Storms tonight are with a cold front, and may generate brief heavy rain and localized damaging wind gusts.
Starting Thursday, and hopefully through Sunday, high pressure over the mid-west will deliver fair conditions with fall temperatures in the 60s to around 70, with the next chance of substantial rain not until the middle of next week in our exclusive Early Warning Weather 10-day forecast.