CONNECTICUT, USA — The wind will continue to be persistent through this afternoon, so dress for the teens if you're heading out the door. Also, don't forget the sun glasses as the bright sunshine will be shining throughout the day.
There will be a break in the wind and very cold air-mass when temps will rebound in the 30s under mostly sunny skies Monday. Sort of the calm before the light snow event on Tuesday.
Latest guidance suggesting that a period of light snow will be here by Tuesday afternoon and evening. It's also becoming more likely that there will be a light snow accumulation on the order of a coating-2", with the higher amounts across western areas, to near nothing along eastern Ct. As always, there is still wiggle room for changes between now and Tuesday. Therefore, we'll keep you posted during the next 48 hours on any changes and trends to the possible snow accumulations!
Temperatures will stay near or a bit below average for much of this week, with a reinforcing shot of Arctic Cold by Friday and next weekend. Ultimately, this current cold snap isn't extreme or unusual. It's just we haven't seen a stretch of cold days like this so far in winter.
TODAY: Sunny, blustery and very cold. Highs: 25-30. Wind chill: 10-20.
TONIGHT: Mainly clear and very cold. Lows: teems.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny, not as cold. High: mid-upper 30s.
TUESDAY: Cloudy, light snow in the afternoon and evening. High: 25-30.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 30s.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy, breezy and chilly. High: Low 30s.
FRIDAY: Partly sunny windy and cold. High: 20s.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 25-30.
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