A flood watch is in effect until Saturday.
CT meteorologists have issued a First Alert for heavy rain today and another for Thursday.
Tonight: Rain, heavy at times, few thunderstorms, patchy fog.
In all an inch and a half to two inches are expected, with the bulk for Nassau and western Suffolk, the weather service said in a tweet.
For the mid to late week system, heavy rainfall looks probable in most sections of our area, depending on the track of the center of low pressure.
Wednesday's high will be 50 degrees.
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A warming trend will take hold in New Hampshire beginning Sunday, with highs in the upper 50s to around 60.
At least a minor accumulation of snow will be a distinct possibility Friday into early Saturday across the higher terrain, while most should see little to no accumulation of snow.
Colder temperatures also are expected Wednesday and Thursday and snow showers are possible, although only minor snow accumulations are expected. An onshore breeze will likely limit shoreline highs to the 60s, perhaps even the 50s in coastal sections of New London County.
A chance of rain continues Thursday night and during the day Friday. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible.
A slight chance of showers before 8am, then a slight chance of showers after 3pm. The storms will be more focused down towards SE KS and NE OK, where severe weather is likely.
Friday: A 40 percent chance of showers, mainly after 3pm. Highs will be in the low-40s.