Hope you all enjoyed a nice Thanksgiving Day with friends and family and were able to stay warm! As you may have noticed, brutally cold temperatures have taken the state by storm. Unseasonable cold remains in place through early Saturday morning with ‘warmer’, closer to normal temperatures returning to the state as winds shift from a northerly, north-westerly direction to a southwesterly wind starting on Saturday afternoon, ahead of our next weather maker. Temperatures this afternoon will range from the low to mid 20s inland to the upper 20s to around 30 at the shore, as Long Island Sound temperatures are still relatively warm, influencing temperatures at the shore.
Today: Sunny and unseasonably cold, highs struggling to get out of the 20s.
Tonight: Mostly clear and frigid, temperatures in the upper single digits to teens statewide
Saturday: Cold and mostly clear early, clouds move in during the afternoon, temperatures moderate into the 40s.
Saturday night: Cloudy early, rain moves in. Temperatures 40s inland, approaching 50 at the shore.
Sunday: Rain early, then clearing, highs 40-45 statewide.
Sunday night: Mostly clear, temperatures in the low to mid 30s statewide, some of the colder spots in NWCT move back into the upper 20s.
Monday: Clear early, clouds move in during the afternoon and evening, highs in the 40s.
Monday night: Cloudy with rain, temperatures in the upper 30s and 40s.
Tuesday: Rain early, clearing starts mid-morning, highs in the low to mid 40s.
Tuesday night: Mostly clear. Temperatures upper 20s and 30s.
Wednesday through Friday (11/30): Partly cloudy, highs in the low to mid 40s. Nighttime temperatures ranging from the upper 20s through the low 30s.
As always, thank you for continuing to read and support Southern Connecticut Weather! Have a great rest of your day and stay warm!- Tim