6/17: Forecast Update

Discussion: A frontal boundary in the mid atlantic has pushed into the Carolinas as a cold front. High Pressure continues to build in from the north and should remain in place through the weekend. An approaching cold front arrives late on Tuesday, behind which high pressure will return. An upper level ridge continues to dominate the central and southwestern US. A trough swings down from Canada into the northeast on Wednesday.

Cloud cover will give way to sunny skies this afternoon. Not much to talk about this weekend other than beautiful unabated sunshine. This has continued to be a very dry June here in Connecticut and outside of a scattered thunderstorm risk Tuesday, that trend will continue this week. Above normal temperatures from Monday and Tuesday are likely, with near or slightly below normal temperatures returning thereafter.

Today: Clouds early, becoming sunny by afternoon. Southeast wind 5-10 MPH. Seasonable with a high near 75ºF.

Tonight: Mostly clear and cool. A light south wind 5-8 MPH becoming calm late. Low near 52ºF.

Saturday: Sunny and pleasant. High near 79ºF.

HAPPPY FATHER’S DAY: Sunny and Beautiful. High near 76ºF

Check out the full forecast below. Enjoy Your Weekend!

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