As of 10pm, temperatures across CT ranged from 29 in Meriden to 48 in multiple towns along the shoreline. Our going forecast is on track: mild/breezy Saturday with increasing cloudiness late in the day; then, trending cooler and windy Sunday. After starting the day with temperatures in the 20s, the mercury peaked between 45 and 50 during the afternoon under a mostly sunny sky. Temperatures this evening will slowly drop from the 40s into the 30s.
As of 10pm, temperatures ranged from 35 in Salisbury to 45 in Bridgeport. With a clear sky, a diminished wind (calm now almost statewide)... temperatures by daybreak drop into the upper 20s and lower 30s inland, mid 30s along the shoreline. After a clear and frosty start, we're still on track to see an increase in cloud cover with temperatures peaking in the mid-50s during the afternoon.
Temperatures under a clear sky ranged from 47 in Salisbury to 57 in New Haven with a bit of a breeze. By daybreak, those temperatures will range from the upper 30s to lower 40 in many towns. Halloween is still looking FANTASTIC: sunny and seasonable with highs in the mid-50s. The powerful storm system that moved into and through Southern New England Sunday into early Monday brought 2 to 6 inches of rain and wind gusts over 60 mph! At the peak, power outages numbered as high as 185,000 customers!
it’s been a busy night at holiday light fantasia in #Hartford’s goodwin park... we appreciate all those that came out, as well as those volunteers from @CBS_XEROX ...always a fun time, despite the cold! https://t.co/EmtZy9BysG
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Selecting a term
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