Rain continues across Connecticut on this Tuesday, but it will taper off this evening.
The heaviest rain has missed Connecticut to the west, but a half inch is still possible in much of Connecticut.
While the rain will be helpful, it won't end the drought. The rainfall deficit is nearing 20 inches.
The rest of the week is dry, which will not help.
High tides over the next few cycles will cause minor splashover because of the full moon.
Sunshine returns Wednesday and lasts through at least the end of the workweek, with temperatures remaining above average, up near 60 degrees!