Dry, Seasonable Weekend Precedes Major Warm-Up | NBC Connecticut

Dry, Seasonable Weekend Precedes Major Warm-Up

A dry, seasonable weekend will precede spring-like conditions next week.

First though, for today, plan on mostly sunny skies with highs in the middle 30s.

Tomorrow brings a few snow showers, with clouds, but no accumulation is expected. It will be chilly for the time of year – 10 degrees below average – with highs near freezing.

Saturday is a bright day with temperatures rising to near 40 degrees.

Clouds will make for a dim start to Sunday, but sunshine will make an afternoon appearance. High temperatures will again be near 40 degrees.

It turns noticeably warmer on Monday, but even so, the high of 50 will pale in comparison to highs later in the week.

Tuesday will have a decent amount of cloud cover with a mid-level front overhead, but still, temperatures will skyrocket to 60 degrees.

How about 65 degrees? That's the call for Wednesday with plentiful sunshine.

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