The afternoon will not provide much relief from the cold tomorrow with high temperatures stuck in the teens. If dry air bothers you, keep the humidifiers cranking with sub zero dew points. Our next chance for snow arrives Friday afternoon. There is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding this storm. Connecticut could get a direct hit with plowable snow or just a glancing blow and flurries. Today all the computer models shifted the storm south. If this trend continues, a glancing blow might become more likely. But it’s too soon to tell. We’ll have a better handle on this tomorrow as the storm enters the United States from the Pacific Northwest.
Tonight: COLD. Lows: 0-10. Wind chill: -15 to 0.
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, blustery and cold. High: 15-20.
Thursday: Sunny and cold. High: 17-22.
Friday: Snow developing in the afternoon. Snow might linger into Saturday morning depending on the track! High: Mid 20s.