Monday Night Weather: Temps To Plunge Before Snow Arrives Tuesday
I’m not expecting any weather related travel issues for the morning commute on Tuesday. The morning will turn out dry, breezy and cool. Light snow will begin to move in during the afternoon with some slippery spots by the evening commute. The heaviest snow arrives Tuesday night with winds gusting up to 30 miles an hour. Most of the state can expect 4”-8” of snow. Some higher amounts are possible in far southern/southeastern Connecticut. Snow ends early Wednesday followed by some clearing. School delays are likely. Some schools may choose to close for the day.
Thursday and Friday will be cold but dry with the chance for snow showers for the start of the weekend. Looking at temperatures in the long range, winter cold reigns supreme.
Overnight: Snow squalls early, partly cloudy, cold. Low: 10-15
Tuesday: Cloudy, breezy and cool with light snow developing in the afternoon. Snow becoming heavy at times at night. High temperatures around 20 degrees.
Wednesday: Snow ending early. Then some clearing. Breezy. High temperatures in the teens.
Thursday: Cold despite plenty of sunshine. High temperatures in the middle to upper teens.
Friday: Sunshine mixing in with a few clouds during the afternoon. High temperatures in the upper teens.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow showers. Not as cold. High temperatures in the upper 20s.