It will clear and cold again today in southwestern Connecticut, according to the National Weather Service forecast.

The daytime high should creep a degree or two above the 32-degree freezing mark, but it will feel colder because of a northwest wind between 15 and 17 mph.

Tonight, clouds will start moving in and the low temperature will be about 25.

A slight chance of snow is still in the forecast after noon tomorrow. The day is expected to be mostly cloudy with a high of about 36 degrees.

And light snow is also a possibility before midnight Friday.

Saturday, however, should be warmer, the NWS says. The daytime high under mostly sunny skies is expected to in the mid-40s.