Today was a sunny, but blustery day, highs barely reached the 40s statewide, with some elevated interior locations not making it above the upper 30s. Through this evening, skies stay clear to mostly clear, allowing for radiational cooling, dropping temperatures inland into mid 20s, with low 30s being observed as you head closer to the shore.
For tomorrow, conditions will be similar to today, if not slightly ‘warmer’. High temperatures will range from the low 40s inland, to the mid 40s in southern Connecticut. It looks to be another dry, sunny day, with precipitation free conditions expected to last through Wednesday evening as you travel to be with family for the holiday, or just hanging around the area for festivities.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, highs 40-45 during the day, mostly clear at night, lows 30-35 Chance of precip: 0%
Thursday (Thanksgiving): Partly cloudy, highs 50-55, lows 35-40, Chance of precip: 10%
Friday: Partly cloudy early, becoming mostly cloudy late, highs 55-60+, chance of precip: 20%
Saturday: Chance of showers otherwise mostly cloudy with early high temperatures ranging from 45-50, temperatures gradually falling throughout the day into the low 40s. Mostly cloudy conditions early in the evening becoming partly cloudy late, lows 30-35 falling into the 20s inland by Sunday morning, chance of precip 30%
Sunday: Clear and cold, highs mid 30s inland, low 40s at the shore. Clouds increase late Sunday night, lows mid to upper 20s statewide, chance for frozen precip toward dawn. Chance of precip 20%
Monday (11/30): *watching the models* Cloudy with frozen precipitation changing to plain rain from south to north. High temperatures 40-45 statewide. Lows in the low to mid 30s
Tuesday (12/1): *watching models* Cloudy, with lingering showers. High temperatures 45-50, lows steady in the 40s
As always, thank you for reading, have a great night! Stay tuned.- Tim