Friday: Partly sunny and chilly

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The first snowflakes of the season have coated the grassy surfaces with upwards of 1”-3” of snow across the highest elevations of the state.  Now the coldest air of season is moving into the northeast with a blustery northwest wind and chilly temperatures.  In fact, expect a very cold Friday night as temperatures will plunge into the teens and 20’s.  This weekend will feature chilly temperatures under mostly sunny skies with clouds rolling on Sunday.  Another storm will rolling into southern New England that could potentially a wintry mix and rain  on Monday with the possibility of rain changing to snow Monday night as temperatures plunge into the 20’s. Very cold, December like temperatures will plunge into Ct next Tuesday and Wednesday, giving all of us a taste of winter and reminding us all that the holidays are just around the corner.  Bundle Up!

Forecast Details                                                  

Today: Partly sunny, blustery and chilly. High: 38-43. Wind: NW 10-20 mph.

Saturday: Mostly sunny, cool.  High: 38-43.

Sunday: Increasing clouds.  High: 40’s

Monday: Cloudy with a mix to rain. High: 35-40.

Tuesday: Partly sunny, blustery and very cold. High: mid-upper 30’s.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, continued unseasonably cold. High: mid 30’s.

Thursday: Sunny, continued unseasonably cold. High: near 40.

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