We were fortunate ample to see some sunshine Friday with highs within the low to mid 50s, but issues are (definitely) altering in a big means tonight and Saturday. consistent rain tonight and carrying on with Saturday, heavy every now and then with big puddles and native road, highway, basement flooding. Some Streams and River might reach flood stage. The different massive story is the exchange-over from rain to heavy wet snow mid to late morning across northern Connecticut. The optimum accumulations are anticipated throughout the highest elevations of Litchfield, Hartford, Tolland and Windham County the place 6 inches or extra of snow might accumulate into Saturday night. enormous construct-up of moist snow on timber and energy strains may influence in scattered power Outages. winter Storm stay up for Tolland and Windham Counties!! Slippery commute Saturday afternoon/evening across the optimum hills whereas most many highways are only moist!!!. Most of us will decide upon up a coating to three″ (above all on grassy surfaces, car, returned deck) after a round of heavy rain. moreover the messy precipitation, the winds will increase, gusting up to 45 MPH from time to time. Sunday should be brighter, but cold with highs handiest in the 30s.
This night: Cloudy with spotty easy rain to steady rain. Temps within the 40s.
Tonight: Rain, heavy now and then. Temperatures holding regular within the mid 40s.
Saturday: Rain changing over to wet snow for many of the state. optimum accumulations in Tolland and Windham County as well as the bigger elevations of Litchfield and Hartford County. Most of us will see a coating to three″ of snow. Winds gusting up to forty five MPH.
Sunday: Brighter, but breezy and cold. Highs in the higher 30s.
Monday: solar and clouds with highs within the mid 30s.
Tuesday: Dry for now, but staring at a passing storm offshore. Highs within the mid 30s.
Wednesday: solar and clouds with highs close 40°.
Thursday: numerous sunshine with highs within the mid 40s.
Friday: Quiet weather with highs within the 40s.