We’ve seen plenty of trees and wires down across the area, leading to road closures and many travel headaches all morning. The cleanup continues today.
A Frost Advisory is in effect tonight. Temperatures will drop into the 30s (some upper 20s for our typical cool-spots) which will be cold for those who are still without heat after our last storm.
A Flood Warning is in effect for the Connecticut River at Hartford and Middle Haddam. Minor flooding is occurring and minor flooding is forecast through Wednesday or Thursday. This is for the typical low-lying areas (that flood every spring) in areas immediately surrounding the river like Hartford, Wethersfield, Glastonbury and Portland. You can read more here.
Nothing will be scary about the weather tonight for trick-or-treaters with temperatures in the upper 40s around sunset and a bit of a breeze. Be careful walking around with the kids since there are still some trees and wires down after the last storm. In fact, trick-or-treating was postponed in some towns like Ledyard for that reason.
Winds will finally diminish overnight Tuesday followed by a frosty start on Wednesday with many towns dropping into the 30s. Clouds will increase Wednesday followed by the chance for a shower or two Thursday.
Temperatures will warm up later this week with highs in the 60s on Thursday before approaching 70 degrees on Friday.
Cooler air, 50s return this weekend. Saturday looks like the pick of the weekend followed by showers or a period of rain on Sunday.
Halloween trick-or-treating: Clear, breezy. Upper 40s.
Tonight: Clear skies and frosty in spots. Lows: 31-38.
Wednesday: Frosty start, 30s. Sunny start then increasing clouds. Chance late sprinkle. High: Mid 50s.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, chance for a few showers. High: mid 60s.
Friday: Partly sunny, breezy, chance isolated shower. High: Near 70.
Saturday: Mostly sunny, cooler. High: mid 50s.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, chance showers. High: low 50s.