Saturday Overnight Forecast Update from Meteorologist Justin Goldstein
***RECORD SETTING COLD TEMPERATURES AND DANGEROUS WIND CHILL VALUES TONIGHT AND SUNDAY***
Overnight: Dangerously cold. Low: -14 to -6. Some rural towns may drop to near -20. Wind Chill values between -30 to -40. Records: -9 Windsor Locks. +3 Bridgeport.
Sunday: Frigid sun. High: 6 to 11. Wind Chill values: -20 to -30. Record cold high temperatures will be broken. Windsor Locks is 11° (1979) and it is 18° Bridgeport (1979).
Monday: Any early sun is lost to clouds. Light snow develops late afternoon/early evening from the southwest. Afternoon temperatures in the mid to upper 20s. Temperatures approach freezing overnight, with a transition to ice, then above freezing, as we change to rain by dawn.
Tuesday: Rain, locally heavy, breezy and much milder. High: 45-48.
Wednesday: Lots of clouds, with snow showers in the morning; chillier. High: 35-38.
Thursday: A colder blend of clouds and sun. High: 27-30.
Friday: Increasing clouds, with a few late rain and/or snow showers. High: 33-35.
Next Saturday: Clouds, with rain showers, and a few snow showers in the higher terrain. High: 38-40.
Next Sunday: A mixture of sun and clouds; cool. High: 35-38.