Freezing Drizzle Possible Late Tonight | NBC Connecticut

Freezing Drizzle Possible Late Tonight

Freezing drizzle could impact untreated surfaces overnight. Temperatures will fall just below the freezing mark after sunset in the hill towns.

Tomorrow's a day that won't cause many issues, once temperatures rise above freezing in the morning, though plain drizzle will be found in spots. Temperatures will average 40 degrees.

Rain comes down in buckets Sunday morning, and gradually comes to an end late in the day. More than one inch is possible. Temperatures will be in the middle and upper 50s!

Monday looks dry and windy with temperatures in the lower 30s.

A period of light snow is possible Tuesday night into Wednesday.

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