Much Cooler Weather to Follow Record Warmth | NBC Connecticut

Much Cooler Weather to Follow Record Warmth



    High pressure will be in control for most of this week, meaning no widespread beneficial rain is expected.

    A new record of 88 degrees was set in Bridgeport today. Windsor Locks remains a few degrees shy of a record, sitting in the upper 80s.

    Isolated storms continue to move through Connecticut this evening.

    It turns much cooler on Thursday and Friday, when highs will only be in the lower and middle 70s. It will feel like fall!

    Overnight low temperatures will fall into the 40s late this week.

    Clouds will once again increase Saturday, but any shower activity should hold off until Saturday night or Sunday.

    Highs temperatures will be in the upper 70s.

    While a shower may linger into Monday morning, much of Monday features improvement with highs near 80.

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