Sunday Evening Forecast Update from Meteorologist Justin Goldstein
***WINTER STORM WARNING FOR: MIDDLESEX, NEW LONDON AND WINDHAM COUNTIES FOR MONDAY***
***WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FOR: NEW HAVEN, FAIRFIELD, HARTFORD AND TOLLAND COUNTIES FOR MONDAY***
***HIGHER THAN NORMAL HIGH TIDE CYCLE FOR MONDAY MORNING***
High Tide Times:
New Haven: 10:45am
Tonight: Clouds increase overnight, with snow developing from south to north before daybreak. Low: 32-33.
Tomorrow: Snow, locally heavy at times, through mid afternoon, especially east of I-91. A strong gusty wind through the day will keep visibility down. Temperatures falling into the mid 20s by the afternoon.
Tuesday: Cloudy and chilly, with off and on snow showers, with light accumulation. High: 32-33.
Wednesday: Continued cloudy, with off and on snow showers, which can lead to additional light accumulation. High: 32-33.
Thursday: More clouds than sun, colder and blustery, with snow showers. High: 25-28.
Friday: An even colder blend of clouds and sun; wind chill values in the single digits. High: 20-25.
Saturday: Bitterly cold, with a mixture of clouds and sun. Wind chill values near or below zero at times. High: 15-20.
Next Sunday: Not as cold, but still well below normal; less wind, and brighter. High: 25-28.
Next Monday: A chilly blend of clouds and sun. High: 28-30.