A deep trough across the eastern half of the nation has below average temperatures and low humidity in place. It’s delivering a nearly fall-like day for many states east of the Mississippi.
For us in Connecticut, the refreshing air will stick around for a few more days. However, it won’t all be perfect. Clouds will tend to stay overhead for much of the day today, with high temperatures around 80. We then have a few minor shower chances for Thursday and Friday.
Saturday should remain mostly dry, but then it looks like we could get more significant rain in here for Sunday. A wave of low pressure moving up from the southwest may deliver us an inch or so of rain.
Today: Sun & clouds, low humidity. Highs: 75-80.
Tonight: Partly cloudy. Lows: 53-63.
Thursday: Partly/mostly cloudy. Highs around 80.
Friday: Partly cloudy, an afternoon shower. Highs around 80.
Saturday: Clouds, with some sun. Highs in the 80s.
Sunday: Showers. Highs: 80s.
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