Clear skies tonight will allow the temperatures to drop down well below average. Any puddles from the rain earlier today will likely refreeze. The wind also kicks back up tonight through tomorrow. As of 6:00 PM Tuesday evening, over 12,000 people are out of power. These strong NW winds are associated with a cold front that will issue in some very cold air that will stick around for the next couple of days! Wind Advisories have been issued by the National Weather Service for tomorrow. Gusts to 55+ mph are expected. A few scattered flurries are expected tonight with this push of colder air. Next shot for rain/snow comes Friday afternoon into early Saturday morning. Not expecting much in the way for accumulation, but keep it here with WXedge for the latest! You can also follow me on facebook or twitter! Send me a message on social media, and I’ll get back to you!
BELOW ARE WIND GUSTS AS OF 6 PM!
Tonight: Clear skies, all of Connecticut below freezing, icy spots possible. Winds will be gusting 30+mph. Low: 33-34
Tomorrow: Plenty of sunshine but chilly. Winds will gust as high as 45+ mph. High: 50-52
Thursday: More sunshine, still cold though!! High: 33-35
Friday: Building clouds, watching the chance for some wintry weather, light accumulation!! High: 37-39
Saturday: Lots of clouds, a bit milder!! High: 42
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-Meteorologist Kevin Arnone