Forecast and Radar Update, Flurries in the Forecast


Here are your weather headlines for the next couple of days

  • Steady rain moving through parts of CT right now (12:45 PM) CLICK HERE FOR THE RADAR
  • Coastal flood advisory for Fairfield and New Haven Shoreline for higher tides that will run near 2 feet above normal (High tide 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM)
  • Good news is, the tides will be going out through the afternoon
  • Heavy downpours throughout the day today. They will be on and off, so have the wet gear handy through about 6-7 PM
  • Winds will not be a big issue today, but tomorrow the winds shift to the west and get a little stronger, gusting to 40 mph at times
  • A few flurries in the forecast for Friday night into Saturday morning. No worries for any accumulation
  • Saturday winds shift to northerly direction bringing in colder air
  • Saturday highs will only be in the 40s but it will feel like the 30s with the wind
  • Saturday, 45 mph gusts are possible
  • Sunday, not as cold with highs in the 50s but feeling like the 40s
  • Warming up towards the middle of next week

Meteorologist Kevin Arnone

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