Not such a great Sunday huh? Well at least Saturday was great!
Be careful this morning, there's a lot of patchy fog, mist and drizzle around the state. Lows are fairly comfortable this morning, in the mid to upper 50s, so you won't be needing that jacket.
Ok, today's not going to be a great day. It's not going to be the worst, but it's certainly going to be challenging at times. Even though there will be lengthy periods of time when there will be a lot of clouds in the sky, afternoon highs will reach well into the 70s, if not touch 80 degrees. Most of the computer models depict a fairly dry Monday until later this afternoon, that's when a few showers and thunderstorms may become more numerous.
Tropical weather will likely be here for most of the week. During the day, it will be muggy and warm, with highs in the upper-70s and lower-80s. At night, patchy fog will form as lows drop into the lower 60s. The sky will be variably cloudy and hazy and – particularly in the afternoon – showery. Wednesday and Thursday afternoons may be the wettest with a greater chance for showers and thunderstorms; maybe even some heavy downpours.
A cold front will pass through the state early in the day Friday with scattered showers and storms. By mid-afternoon, the showers should be gone and cooler, drier air will be coming to Connecticut on a northwesterly breeze.
Right now, the Memorial Day weekend looks great with sunny skies! Highs will be in the 60s, while lows drop into the 40s.
Have a great week!
Meteorologist Mike Cameron/Meteorologist Scot Haney