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Cooldown coming – early snow Tuesday

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Tonight the winds will quiet down  and with clear skies we’ll see a considerable cool down. Waking up tomorrow morning some towns may see teens while others in the low 20s. Temperatures will warm to the low 30s for most of the state with increasing clouds.

Tuesdays commute is going to be a bit messy especially for northern CT. A chance for snow in the early morning before switching over to strictly rain. This looks to be strictly a rain event for the shoreline. We’ll clear out by late afternoon, but unfortunately not done with the rain just yet. Another round of showers enters the picture late Tuesday night carrying into Wednesday but with temperatures above freezing this should strictly stay rain. By the afternoon on Wednesday though we do have the potential for some snow flurries. When all is said and done we’re not talking about much in the way of snow accumulation anywhere from a dusting to about 2″. Something we’re pretty familiar with at this point.

After that things quiet down but cool down significantly as well. By Friday temperatures will struggle to make it into the mid to upper 20s  with overnight lows in the single digits. This bone chilling cold looks persist as we head into the weekend.

Forecast Details:

TONIGHT: Diminishing winds. Cold. Lows: low 20s

MONDAY: Increasing clouds. Evening/overnight snow/mix. High: mid 30s.

TUESDAY: Snow/mix changing to rain. High: Low-mid 40s.

WEDNESDAY: Chance for morning rain. PM flurries. Otherwise mostly cloudy. High: Low 40s.

THURSDAY: Partly cloudy. High: upper 30s.

FRIDAY: Cold but sunny. Highs: mid 20s.

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