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Chilly week ahead – unseasonably cool weather persists

The major system impacting the Carolina's will be forced out to sea tonight with no impact to our area. With that said we will few scattered clouds heading into the overnight hours due to the system but no weather concerns for tonight. We'll have another dry and cold night ahead of us with temperatures dropping down to the upper teens to low 20s.

We'll keep things cold and dry around here with highs only in the mid 30s for a few days. Tomorrow we'll see plenty of sunshine but a northerly wind even at 5-10mph could make it feel a bit chillier.

The next chance of any precipitation comes just in time for the weekend. Temperatures do start to warm a bit heading into Thursday and Friday with an approaching warm front so this is strictly looking like a rain event for us. There is a bit of model disagreement right now in terms of timing and where the low pressure placement sets up. But for now Saturday looks to be pretty rainy and breezy. Potential for wind gusts anywhere from 20-25 mph, so while not significant, it'll be enough for you to notice.

Even though we're keeping things chilly trails are beginning to open around the major ski areas in CT, with this week providing perfect weather for snowmaking. Enjoy it while the powder is fresh!


MONDAY: Sunny: High: Upper 30s.

TUESDAY: Sunny, colder. High: Mid 30s.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: Low-Mid 30s.

THURSDAY: Not as cold. High: low-mid 40s.

FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy. Chance of PM showers. High: mid 40s

SATURDAY: Rainy & breezy. High: Near 50.

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