A Few Showers, Big Changes Ahead | NBC Connecticut

A Few Showers, Big Changes Ahead

One cold front today, another on Friday

NBC Connecticut meteorologist Tyler Jankoski details the changes that are headed for New England. (Published Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015)

Showers moved through the state this morning, especially in eastern Connecticut, and more shower activity is expected later this afternoon and early this evening.

A few bright spots are possible late, otherwise clouds will dominate. Temperatures will struggle to reach 70-degrees this afternoon.

The cold front itself moves through Connecticut early this evening, and with it can come a few more showers.

Tomorrow's still mostly cloudy, but it should be a dry day. Temperatures will go down several degrees, only peaking in the middle-60s.

A blend of clouds and sunshine is expected on Thursday, but even with more sunshine temperatures will only rise into the upper-50s and lower-60s.

The second cold front of the week passes through on Friday, bringing with it lots of clouds and a few more showers. Temperatures on Friday will be in the lower-60s.

This weekend will be dramatically cooler.

Temperatures will be stuck in the upper-40s on Sunday.

While temperatures on Saturday rise into the lower- to upper-50s, Sunday's high temperatures will be stuck in the 40s in many inland and hill-town locations.

The season's first hard freeze is likely Sunday morning across inland Connecticut, and another hard freeze is likely on Monday morning.

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