After that brief warm-up, a late winter chill returns for the weekend with highs in the 40s.Thursday: Damp, wet, soaking rain, damp. pic.twitter.com/jWUVe96hAk— Rachel Frank (@RachelFrank_CT) April 6, 2016
Going along with that wintry theme, a few snow showers are possible late Saturday or Saturday night with a developing ocean storm. For now it looks like the storm misses to our south but we’ll need to monitor it the next few days in case that changes.
Wait a minute. What is that??? We may have spotted spring in the misty distant future. Next Tuesday temperatures could climb into the 60s. However, if a cold front arrives earlier in the day it may ruin our chances for a warm-up. So, we’re sayin’ there’s a chance!
Tonight: Cloudy with showers developing late. Low: mid-upper 30s. Temps rising towards daybreak.
Thursday: Scattered AM showers becoming more numerous in the afternoon. Chance for a thunderstorm late day/early evening. High: Mid-upper 50s.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance for a passing shower. High: Upper 40s-Low 50s.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, breezy and cool. Chance for a late day or evening snow shower. High: Low- mid 40s.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, chilly for April 10th. High: Low 40s.