Frosty start this morning with a beautiful sunrise! Dry with more clouds appearing from time to time today, with high pressure remaining in control. The combination of a sea storm and a cold front on Thursday could bring some intermittent flurries and snow showers with dust at most. Cool and dry for Friday and most of Saturday. All eyes are on the first snow event of the season that develops Saturday evening and continues into Sunday morning. It can start out as a mix in SE CT before turning to all snow. The plows are going out with this! Make sure you call your driveway plow person and have your vehicle ready! Looking ahead, we will have a mix of rain and wind storms Tuesday into Wednesday and another potentially wintry storm the following weekend! Too busy!
Early this morning: – The increase in high clouds, with the appearance of some fog patches. Lows in the 20s and frosty!
today: More clouds coming in with some sun at times. Highs 30s to mid 40s.
tomorrow: A few flurries or snow showers with intermittent dust. Large amounts of clouds and turning into winds with highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s.
Friday: Sunny and cool with highs in the lower to mid 30s.
Saturday: Increased cloudiness. Highs in the lower to mid 30s. Snow and mixed snow during the evening and night. Which combination changes to late snow and blustery.
Sunday: Snowy with stormy northeasterly winds! Highs 32. Very high total storm amounts possible!
Monday: Disinfect with partial sunlight. Highs in the 30s.
Tuesday: Dry in the morning. Snow and rain develop in the afternoon, turning to rain at night and becoming very windy. Temperatures rise during the night from 30 to 40 degrees Celsius and up to about 50 degrees Celsius.
Wednesday: Rainy, windy and mild with early 50s, then snowing late and turning cold with clearing.