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Sunday Night Weather: Rain Followed By Plummeting Temps

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What a day. With temperatures well into the 60s, we had records topple, including at Bradley International Airport, where the high of 65 shattered the record of 59. It felt more like September than late December!

This is going away.

A cold front swings by on Monday, bringing us a lot of rain, and cold air takes over afterward. Temps will fall through the day, with early highs still well above the upper 30s, where they should be in late December.

The rest of the week is quiet – and cold. Christmas is looking frigid with highs only around 30, even with abundant sunshine. We’ll rebound the temps after that, and get them back to normal by the end of the week.

Safe travels to grandma’s house.

Extended Forecast:

Overnight: Cloudy, mild with patchy fog, chance for a few showers. Low: 48-55.

Monday: Rain. Highs in the 50s, then falling into the 40s late in the day.

Monday night: Rain may end as a little light snow or flurries as temperatures fall into the 30s.

Tuesday: Partly sunny, high in the 30s.

Christmas Day: Mostly sunny, chilly.  High: 25-30.

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