Here are your Thursday weather headlines from Meteorologist Kevin Arnone
A cold front pushes offshore today bringing in colder air and gustier winds this afternoon. Skies will clear out this afternoon as high pressure will build in through the day today and slide offshore Friday. A weak system will slide by to our north Friday night into Saturday morning bringing a few rain/snow showers, but not much at all. Warm front slides to the north Saturday, this will bring in warmer air from the west-southwest. We are watching another low that’s possible for midweek.
- A few clouds this morning, but they will clear out as a front slides offshore and high pressure builds in. Mostly sunny for the afternoon
- Afternoon highs will be in the low 30s, a bit below average
- With winds out of the north 10-25 mph, windchill temps at times will be in the teens to low 20s this afternoon
- Sunset is approaching 5:30 PM, we are adding roughly 2 minutes and 30 seconds of daylight each day!
- Clear and cold tonight with high pressure sitting over the region. Temps will get down to the low to mid teens
- Friday features a bit of sun to start but as high pressure moves offshore and a weak system approaches from the west, clouds will increase through the afternoon
- A few rain/snow showers late Friday night into Saturday morning. Not expected any accumulation
- Warm front slides through the region during the day on Saturday, this will usher in some warmer air
- Upper 40s to around 50 for the weekend!
- We’re going to be watching a weak system for Sunday night into Monday morning that may bring light snow showers
- As of now, we are not expecting major accumulations, but we’ll have to watch the hills in Litchfield County, they may see a couple of inches
- All eyes are on Tuesday night into Wednesday. Weather models are indication a very large storm moving up the eastern seaboard
- The track looks a bit too far inland to bring major snow accumulations as of now, but we’re still talking heavy rain and strong winds
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