Windy Saturday, active weather week ahead

Today was quite windy. Bradley International Airport reported wind gusts around 40 mph. Thankfully things are starting to quiet down. As we head into the overnight hours the shoreline may hang out to the gustier winds but by day break tomorrow things should significantly improve.

Tomorrow looks great! Clear skies, temperatures a few degrees below the average and light winds out of the north. Then we go on a bit of a roller coaster ride in terms of both precipitation and temperatures.

By Monday morning when you're getting the kids off to school or leaving for work we'll dry condition but mostly cloudy skies. But by the afternoon a low pressure system to our north will bring a period of rain showers which will persist for much of the evening. Tuesday we can expect two rounds of showers. The first in the AM then things start to dry out before our next round of showers in the early afternoon evening. Things significantly improve for Wednesday and Thursday, dry conditions and temperatures in the low 60s for Wednesday and low 50s for Thursday.

Our next round of showers comes on Friday and could linger into Saturday morning. But most of the weekend looks to be dry!

FORECAST DETAILS:

 

TONIGHT: Clear, diminishing winds. Low: Mid to uppers 30s

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny, still a bit breezy. High: Mid 50s.

MONDAY: Increasing clouds. PM showers. High: Near 60.

ELECTION DAY: Mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. Not looking like a washout at this point. High: 60s.

WEDNESDAY:  Partly sunny. High: low 60s

THURSDAY: Evening clouds. High: low 50s

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