The region gradually comes under the influence of a weakening upper level cutoff low during the day on Wednesday as a blocking high retreats to our north and east.
A broad area of unsettled weather at the surface, associated with this upper level disturbance is expected to affect our region during the second half of the week. It should linger with us into the weekend when a cold front approaches the area on Sunday.
Forecast: Expect scattered rain showers to be possible each day starting tomorrow. A heavier round of rain is looking more likely on Sunday as a developing surface low moves east across southern new england. We see a return to dry conditions by the beginning of next week, and with a new round of cold air moving in – a frost potential across the interior is possible on monday.