On Friday, there is a chance for a few flurries or light snow showers as a disturbance crosses the eastern Great Lakes. This has nothing to do with a big offshore storm that will miss Connecticut, staying out to sea. But it may end up being a close call. There are some indications that rain/snow showers could get as close as Cape Cod or even Rhode Island.
Saturday starts off cooler with highs in the 30s to around 40. By Sunday, the thermometer will approach 50 degrees and that’s just the start of what could turn out to be an impressive February thaw. Right now we have 50s in the forecast Sunday – Wednesday. The warmest day will be Wednesday when some towns could approach the 60 degree mark! But before you plan a “beach day,” keep in mind that Wednesday will be rather wet with lots of clouds, gusty winds, rain and even thunderstorms.
If the warmth doesn’t get rid of what’s left of the snow pack, the rain certainly will. Back behind this storm it’s cooler but not cold with highs in the 40s.
Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy, not as cold. Low: 25-30.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, breezy. Chance for a few flurries or a snow shower. High: Near 40.
Saturday: Sunny to partly cloudy. High: Upper 30s-Near 40.
Sunday: Partly cloudy, mild. High: Upper 40s-Near 50.
Monday: Cloudy and mild with the chance for late-day and evening showers. High: Low 50s.
Tuesday: Sunny and very mild for early February. High: Near 50.
Wednesday: Rain and possible thunder, warm. High: mid-upper 50s.