High pressure is in command of our weather through tonight and above average temperatures will dominate this week.
Temperatures will fall into the 20s tonight, so any melted snow will freeze up. A few icy spots on the roads are possible.
A cold front brings rain and snow showers tomorrow evening, with temperatures in the lower and middle 40s.
A blend of more clouds than sunshine will be the story Wednesday, with highs still near 40 degrees. There can be a flurry in the hills.
Thursday should shape up to be a very nice day though it will be the coldest one of the week. Highs will be in the 30s.
A coastal storm is on the maps for Friday, and of course the track is uncertain. Most indications keep the storm offshore, perhaps only glancing eastern New England.
The shear amount of time before the storm (four days) means that uncertainty is high and the storm needs to be watched.
After that, the weekend features an abundance of clouds with temperatures in the 40s.
The average high and low temperatures are now rising in the Hartford area. Sunset reaches 5 p.m. on Thursday!