Winter made a comeback Thursday and to go along with that theme, a few flakes could fly through the air Friday too.
A developing coastal storm will miss Connecticut, staying well to the south. As the low intensifies, the jet stream will rapidly pull the storm east/offshore. A few flurries are possible Friday, mainly in southern/southeast Connecticut. But it will not be enough to provide any accumulation. Southeastern New England areas like Cape Cod will get accumulating snow, closer to the storm's center of circulation.
A weaker storm will slide far south of Connecticut Sunday bringing another chance for a touch of snow. Once again, the bulk of the storm looks to stay south with little/no impact other than some flurries.
After a few cold days with the chance for flurries, next week the pendulum will then swing the other way. Temperatures will soar into the 60s for 2-3 days. We may even get 70+ degree warmth on Wednesday. Spring fever will be in full effect.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Low: 20-25.
Friday: Mostly cloudy with the chance for a few flurries. No accumulation is expected. High: Mid 30s.
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High: Low 40s.
Sunday: Chance for early flurries. Clouds break for sunshine. Low 40s.
Monday: Mostly sunny. This will be the start of an impressive warming trend. High: Low 50s.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, warmer. High: Low 60s.