With the passage of the cold front, clouds will slowly erode this afternoon. After topping out between 65 and 70 in the pre-dawn hours, temperatures will be steady through early afternoon with a northwesterly breezy (50s for many, upper 40s in extreme NW CT). A FROST ADVISORY remains in effect for much of inland CT as temperatures tonight drop into the low and mid-30s! …near 40 along the coast. After today, the rest of the week should feature tranquil weather with a lot of sunshine.
Like yesterday, after the morning fog, sunshine this afternoon will boost temperatures well above average – while 90 may be tough, the record for the day at Windsor Locks is 88 – potentially obtainable (to tie or even break). The record for Bridgeport is 84 and will likely stand. As of the Noon hour, temperatures inland ranged from the upper 70s to lower 80s, a degree or two higher than 24 hours earlier (and yesterday we hit 89° at Bradley Int'l).
***A TROPICAL STORM WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR COASTAL CT, ADDITIONALLY INCLUDING ALL OF MIDDLESEX AND NEW LONDON COUNTIES***While the Tropical Storm Watch for CT remains in effect, for RI and MA it has been upgraded to a Tropical Storm Warning. We will expect to see rain developing tomorrow morning and lasting through Wednesday. 1-2" of rain, with locally higher amounts possible, especially east of I-91. Tropical Storm Force Wind Gusts will also be likely, in excess of 40 mph.
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Selecting a term
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