Memorial Day weekend is often referred to as the “unofficial start of summer”, but, it may not feel like it this year. The weekend will like…
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Hopefully, rainy days and Mondays do not get you down, because the first day of the workweek looks soggy in CT.
Not only were record high temperatures obliterated in Windsor Locks and Bridgeport, but the record high minimum temperature was also set.
A record high temperature was set at Windsor Locks on Wednesday, and there’s more where that came from for Thursday.
90° heat is not very unusual in May, but it’s arriving a bit earlier than normal in CT.
A cool first half of May quickly transitions to summer-like heat this week.
We are still on track for a storm this weekend.
Soaking rain storms have been no stranger to Connecticut this spring, and another one is on the way for Mother’s Day weekend.
An ill-timed storm may lead to a weekend washout in Connecticut.
A mainly cool and occasionally cloudy weather pattern will last through the workweek, and the changes that are on the way for the weekend ma…
Expect heavy downpours with possible t-storms on Friday. The weekend weather is not all bad, and there is more drought improvement in CT.
Dry weather continues though Thursday before a soaking rain storm hits on Friday.
A cool and unsettled weather pattern is setting up shop in the Northeastern United States, and it may stick around into the middle of May.
April joins January as the second month this year with a record monthly average temperature in Bridgeport.
The annual Meriden Daffodil Festival is this weekend, and the weather will transition from warm to cool, but it looks mainly dry both days.