Remnants of the storm that triggered downpours and gusty winds last night may still be felt across southwestern Connecticut this morning.

For the rest of today, the National Weather Service says that drizzle is possible under cloudy skies and temperatures that will rise into the low-50s. The early breezy conditions of between 20 to 23 mph are expected to calm down to between 10 and 13 mph later.

Tonight, more periodic precipitation is possible, the NWS says, with a low temperature around 44 degrees and an east wind from 7 to 10 mph, becoming north.

Tomorrow should be partly sunny, with a high near 58 degrees. Clouds move in at night, and the temperature is expected to fall to a low of about 39.

Friday should be mostly sunny, with a high near 54 degrees.

But rain may return Saturday, with precipitation possible after 1 p.m. The high temperature is likely to be about 50 degrees.