Bradley International Airport set record lows Saturday morning with temperatures reaching minus-9 degrees. The coldest we’ve seen Saturday in the state is Bakerville’s minus-15 degrees.
After a cold start, temperatures rebounded into the 20s on Saturday with mostly sunny skies. Milder air moves in Sunday with increasing clouds and the chance for a few showers, mainly late in the day. Precipitation may briefly start as sleet. Temperatures in the 40s are likely early Monday before we crash back to winter by afternoon with a flash freeze possible.
Sunday: Increasing clouds with showers developing, mainly late in the day. Milder with high temperatures in the mid and upper 30s.
Monday: Showers through midday followed by some clearing. High temperatures occur early in the morning (40s). Turning sharply colder and windy throughout the day with a flash freeze possible.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and bitterly cold. High temperatures in the middle teens inland, upper teens for the shoreline.
Wednesday: Another cold but sunny day. High temperatures in the middle 20s inland, upper 20s for the shoreline.