Will there be a white Christmas in CT? Forecasters say now not possible

whereas a lightweight snow fell Sunday, forecasters say rising temperatures and rain later this week will wash away hopes of a white Christmas.

but regardless of Sunday’s snow globe climate, forecasters say rising temperatures and rain later this week will wash away hopes of a white Christmas.

mild snow all started falling round midday Sunday and tapered off through three p.m. with little accumulation, according to the national weather carrier.

Snow showers caused some crashes on Connecticut roads Sunday afternoon, in keeping with police stories.

Temperatures had been around freezing, permitting snow to coat roads and paved surfaces atop the is still of final Wednesday’s blizzard.

Temperatures will hover in the higher 30s and low 40s beneath partly cloudy skies early within the week. but there’s a chance of snow showers Monday and Tuesday.

On Thursday, there could be rain showers and highs in the mid 50s for Christmas Eve, with temperatures barely losing in a single day, the NWS suggested.

Rain is anticipated to proceed into Christmas Day, with highs in the 40s before temperatures fall and produce an opportunity of flurries Christmas nighttime, with highs staying in the 30s under in the main sunny skies next weekend.

lengthy-latitude forecasts from the countrywide climate service show a chance for a rainy birth to 2021.