Discussion: Clouds increase with an overnight shower tonight into tomorrow as a warm front moves through. Mainly dry tomorrow with a round of scattered showers and thunderstorms tomorrow night into Sunday ahead of the associated cold front passage. Skies clearing on Sunday and remaining warm with temperatures in the lower 80’s. The dry weather will continue through the early part of next week as high pressure moves in from the west. Temperatures will be in the upper 70’s on Monday and closer to 80 on Tuesday and Wednesday. Cooler on Thursday.
Short Term Forecast: Coastal Connecticut
8PM – 12AM
- Skies: Mostly cloudy
- Temperature: 80–> 74
- Winds: NW 5 mph
- Precip: 10%
12AM – 4AM
- Skies: Mostly cloudy with a scattered shower
- Temperature: 74–> 72
- Winds: N 5-10 mph
- Precip: 40%
4AM – 8AM
- Skies: Mostly cloudy with an isolated shower or thundershower (Sunrise 6:26 AM)
- Temperature: 72–> 69 -> 71
- Winds: W 5 mph
- Precip: 40%
Three Day Forecast:
Tonight: Increasing clouds. Scattered overnight showers or thundershowers.
Saturday: Mix of sun and clouds. An isolated shower or thundershower early. High near 80.
Saturday night: Mostly cloudy, an overnight shower or thunderstorm.
Sunday: Becoming sunny, less humid. High near 80.
Monday: Mostly sunny, highs in the upper 70’s.
Technical discussion: An amplified trough approaches the region tomorrow night and passes through sunday morning. The flow becomes zonal before another trough approaches late Wednesday into Thursday.
SFC: Transient high pressure departs as a warm front moves through on the back edge of the high. This in association with an area of low pressure tracking northeastward through the Great Lakes region. It drags a cold front through during the morning hours on Sunday. High pressure builds in again from the west next week before giving way to another weak cold front passage on Wednesday.