FOX CT Weather: Scattered Sprinkles, Then Clearing Overnight

By JOE FUREY | FOX CT Weather Team

The Hartford Courant

6:14 PM EDT, September 18, 2014


The next several days will feature classic September weather with plenty of sunshine and comfortable temperatures.

A cold front will move through Connecticut Thursday evening with a band of clouds and a scattered sprinkle followed by clearing skies and cooler temperatures overnight. High pressure will move out of Canada and drift over Connecticut Friday into Saturday with the coolest air mass of the fall season so far. 

Expect temperatures to average in the 60s on Friday with lows in the 30s and 40s by Saturday morning.  There is the chance that some of the normally colder valleys could get some light frost early Saturday.  After a chilly start, expect temperatures to rebound in the low 70s by Saturday and upper 70s to near 80 by Sunday under plenty of sunshine. 

Forecast Details:

Tonight: Early sprinkle then clear, chilly, patchy fog late. Low: 38-48

Friday: Partly to mostly sunny, breezy & cool.  High: 60-65.

Saturday: Mostly sunny. High: 70.

Sunday: Mostly sunny, warmer.  High: upper 70s.

Monday: Early shower then mostly sunny.  High: 70s.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny, cooler. High: 60s.

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