We've cooled some, but nothing compared to what we're going to experience through the evening. Widespread rain has become scattered or isolated rain showers across the midsection of the state. As temperatures cool, snow will mix down with the rain. Don't expect much and accumulation will be confined to the grassy and elevated surfaces mostly. About a tenth of an inch at best is what you can expect. Snow will wrap up overnight and early tomorrow morning for the eastern counties.
Afterwards we'll have a dry and cold Thursday as we struggle to reach the upper 30s. Some sun will be available to make things look a little better, but it will not warm us up much. A clipper system will roll in Friday and Saturday but will not have much moisture to work with. A few scattered rain and snow showers are possible but will not cover the majority. Another small coating is expected for areas that do get snow. Higher amounts up to a half inch are possible in the higher terrain southeast. The weekend will be mostly quiet and the warm up slated for Sunday will be impressive. We warm from the upper 30s Saturday to the low 50s Sunday! Spring returns next week as we climb into the 60s for afternoon highs with rain.