NBC Connecticut meteorologists are forecasting a very warm end to the summer season on Sunday.
High pressure off of the east coast will help to keep full sunshine and warm temperatures for the rest of the weekend into the first day of fall on Monday. Fall arrives officially at 3:50 a.m. on Monday.
Highs on Sunday will top out close to 80 at the shore and well into the middle and even upper 80s inland.
On Monday, we’ll be out ahead of a cold front. We’ll see an increase in humidity and warm temperatures continuing. There's a rising chance of showers Monday evening into Monday night as the cold front passes through.
The cold front will bring temperatures to more seasonable levels by Tuesday and Wednesday in the low 70s.
Dry weather looks to continue for the first week of fall into next weekend.
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