Hunting for eggs this Easter morning across southwestern Connecticut will be a challenge, complicated by more showers and a dense fog.

While the National Weather Service predicts the fog will fade by late morning, the threat of rain -- even thunderstorms -- remains in the forecast for the rest of the day.

The daytime high temperature is expected to rise to the mid-60s, with a calm west wind between 6 and 8 mph.

Showers and thunderstorms are still possible tonight, and patchy fog returns, the NWS says. The overnight low temperature will be about 53 degrees.

Tomorrow should see more cloudy skies and rain, with temperatures again in the low-60s. There will be a slight wind from the east at between 6 and 8 mph. Showers are also possible tomorrow night, with an overnight low about 50 degrees.

On Tuesday, the forecast partly sunny skies in the morning, but after noontime there is a chance of showers and thunderstorms. The daytime high temperature, however, may reach about 70 degrees, the weather service predicts.