The first full week of December looks mainly dry as above average temperatures continue to dominate the region.
Temperatures will be noticably cooler tomorrow, in the lower 40s. Believe it or not, that's seasonable for this time of year!
More clouds than sunshine are expected as a coastal storm moves by offshore. Rain is expected on Cape Cod and the Islands, but most of Connecticut will be dry.
It's possible that extreme eastern Connecticut sees a shower tomorrow, but that would be the exception and not the rule.
Clouds will blend with sunshine on Wednesday, and temperatures will begin to climb. Highs for the day will range from the middle 40s to 50 degrees.
Thursday's another mostly cloudy day. There can be a few sprinkles, but temperatures will reach the lower 50s.
Dry weather returns Friday and sticks around through the weekend. Saturday will be the brightest day in the stretch, featuring complete sunshine.
High temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees above average Friday, Saturday and Sunday!
In fact, record-breaking warmth is possible on Sunday. The forecast calls for upper 50s with a record of 60 degrees inland.