FORECAST GRAPHICS UPDATED: October 25, 2016 4:30 PM EDT
Cold, with first taste of snow coming for Northwestern Connecticut
Unseasonable cold will remain in place for much of the week with overnight lows 28-34. Temperatures will struggle to the 50 degree mark tomorrow under sunny skies. A frontal system will approach from the west on Thursday helping to push a warm front into the region. Stubborn cold air in place away from the coast will bring a brief period of snow or mixed precipitation with light accumulations in higher elevations before rain moves in for everyone late in the day. Elsewhere it will just start as rain. The rain will eventually taper off on Friday before giving way to partly sunny, breezy and seasonably cool conditions.
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