Fog is blanketing southwestern Connecticut early this morning, but the National Weather Service predicts the sun will break through and the rest of the day will be partly sunny and warm.

The high temperature should reach the mid-70s, according to the NWS, and there will be a slight wind from the east at between 3 and 10 mph.

Patches of fog return overnight, when the temperature will fall to a low of about 62 degrees.

Tomorrow morning also will be foggy early, followed by mostly sunny skies and a daytime high of about 76 degrees. There will be more fog overnight with a low of about 64 degrees.

Monday -- Memorial Day -- also starts on a foggy note, which the weather service says will fade by the time most of the region's parades step off by 9 to 10 a.m. The holiday's skies for the remainder of the day will be mostly sunny, with a high near 81 degrees.

When the work week gets under way Tuesday, skies will be sunny with a high near 79.