Monday Forecast: Dry with clearing skies, gusty winds

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After a windy weekend, the winds are still a little blustery to begin the work week. A little rain in the morning passes quickly, leaving us with sunshine and close to seasonal temperatures – in the upper 50s to near 60 inland, and the low 60s at the shore. The winds eventually calm down – and so do the temps at night under clear skies. The next few days? Lots of sun and struggling temps, in the low 50s for highs, and near freezing for lows. Next rain doesn’t arrive until the end of the work week.
On Sunday Tim Lammers took the opportunity to head out to Foster Farm in South Windsor for some fall family fun.

Forecast Details:

Tonight: Increasing clouds.  Low: 40s.

Monday: A period of rain early, becoming partly sunny in the afternoon. High: mid 50s.

Tuesday: Chilly, despite plenty of sunshine. High: 45-50.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High: 50.

Thursday:  Morning sun, increasing afternoon clouds. High: 50s.

Friday: Chance for showers. High: 50s.

Saturday: Increasing clouds , chance for late rain. High: 50s.

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