A Cold Night Ahead

Your Friday Connecticut weather forecast Update from Meteorologists Kyla Grogan & Kevin Arnone

Skies clear tonight and the winds pick up from the NW which will bring in colder air. We will likely see widespread 30s inland and low 40s along the shoreline. Patchy frost is an issue inland. Tomorrow features a cooler day with highs only in the low to mid 60s with sunshine.

Tonight:  A clear and cold night with the chance for patchy frost. Low:  35-40

Tomorrow: Plenty of sunshine, cooler with a light breeze. High:  63-65

Sunday:  Sunshine and warmer with highs in the upper 70s.  High:  75-78

Monday: Increasing clouds, chance for light rain showers during the evening. High:  73-75

Tuesday:  More clouds, chance for rain showers for the first half of the day. High:  80-85

Wednesday:  Mix of sun and clouds, warmer.  High:  81-86

Thursday:  Warm, chance for rain showers. High:  82-88

Friday: Another warm day, some clouds.  High:  81-85

Saturday:  Plenty of sunshine, still warm.  High: 80-83

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