Mix of sun and clouds in the forecast for southeastern Connecticut
The sun shone briefly through a break in the clouds Wednesday but winds remained strong, as they have been most of the week.
Thursday and Friday are forecast to be mild, with temperatures in the lower 50s. More sun was expected Thursday, but the skies are expected to cloud up later in the week, with rain anticipated Saturday.
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