Skies turn mostly cloudy today, after a sunny and warm Mother's Day weekend, with a 50 percent chance of showers, according to the National Weather Service.
The daytime high temperature in southwestern Connecticut is expected to reach the upper-60s, with a south between 6 and 9 mph.
Showers are likely tonight, with patchy fog moving in after midnight. The temperature will dip to a low around 60 degrees, with a south wind around 9 mph.
Tomorrow, showers and possibly a thunderstorm are possible, with the NWS warning the storms could trigger heavy rainfall. The high temperature will be in the upper-60s, with a south wind between 10 and 13 mph. More precipitation is possible tomorrow night as the temperature dips to the mid-50s, the NWS says.
On Wednesday, the stormy trend continues with showers and thunderstorms possible through daytime, with high temperatures about 70 degrees. There remains a slight chance of showers before 9 p.m. as the temperature registers a low in the mid-50s.
The outlook for Thursday, the weather service says, is for sunny skies and a temperatures rising into the upper-60s.