14 November, 2017
A cold front swings through drawing in colder air.
The models have done a particularly poor job of forecasting the cold weather in the long range - initially, it looked like November would be on the warmer side of average.
A strong but dry front will move through early in the weekend dropping weekend highs into the 60s, and bringing chilly lows that may return to the 30s and 40s. In fact almost a year ago - on November 20, 2016 - some areas of CT received more the foot of snow and the southern Berkshires of MA up to 20 inches.
An areas of showers and steady rain crosses southern New England this afternoon and evening.
See the full 10-Day Forecast below. For the majority of us it just won't happen. The next storm system arrives late Tuesday and lingers into Wednesday. We will still have very nice weather!
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A band of moisture will lift up across much of the North Country today and produce a little light rain or light snow, especially in higher elevations, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). The timing amounts and all the details will be ironed out in the coming days.
Monday: Cloudy with a few afternoon showers then a steadier rain for the commute home.
Rain will be back in the forecast on Wednesday, along with breezy conditions and a high around 55 degrees. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 38. Sunday night will be mostly clear and in the upper 40s.
Through the rest of tonight, we will have partly cloudy skies with no chance for rain.