Snow Moves Out, Cold Moves in Monday

Cold-returns
NBC Connecticut

The cold and snow gives way to warm temperatures Sunday before dipping back below freezing Monday.

Warmer air continues to move in Saturday night, generating a thick fog, with temperatures rising through the 40s.

Plain rain is expected Sunday, with temperatures in the 50s. Plenty of melting will occur, especially outside of the hills.

The warmth won't last long, though, as temperatures won't get above freezing Monday – with highs expected to hover around 29.

Temperatures warm up Sunday but another batch of cold will move in Monday.

The next chance for substantial precipitation doesn't come until late next week.

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