Overnight temperatures will drop to freezing tonight but windy conditions will make it seem much colder. It will be cloudy with heavy showers heading into Monday morning.
Thanks to systems staying out of our area, we look to be able to warm up from the middle 20s Monday to the upper 40s by Wednesday! It stays warm for Thursday, but we expect there to be some light rain showers on that day.
Meet and Greet Volunteers Michael Kilroy and Ann Kerrigan at Sligo University Hospital.
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Snow in UK January 21 2018 16 show all Snow in UK January 21 2018 1/16 People use umbrellas to shelter from a snowfall in central London PA 2/16 Snow falls in central London on Sunday PA 3/16 Members of the public waiting at bus stop during a snowfall at Alexandra Palace, London PA 4/16 People walk during a snowfall at Alexandra Palace, London PA 5/16 A person drives a vehicle in snowy conditions in Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park PA 6/16 People shield their faces in snowy conditions in Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park PA 7/16 Sheep in snow near Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park PA 8/16 A train in snowy conditions at the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park PA 9/16 Elizabeth Lewin, 10, (left) and Matthew, 13, in a snow tunnel near Newby Head Farm in the Yorkshire Dales National Park PA 10/16 Isobella Bellamy, Katie Walls and Lucy Walls sledging near Newby Head Farm in the Yorkshire Dales National Park PA 11/16 Snow weighs down on very early daffodils in Tring, Hertfordshire, on Sunday 12/16 Snow in Tring, Hertfordshire JEREMY SELWYN 13/16 Cross country runners set off through heavy snow around Peebles in the Scottish Borders PA 14/16 Cross country runners around Peebles in the Scottish Borders PA 15/16 A man runs during snow fall in Buxton Derbyshire, on Sunday REUTERS 16/16 A woman walks a dog during snow fall in Buxton, Derbyshire REUTERS According to Mr Miall, Britons can expect more treacherous weather as the month wears on as the cold snap is expected to last until March.
NBC Connecticut meteorologists are keeping a close eye on some impressive rains that moved in Saturday and will make for a soggy Sunday.
The rain ramps up as we head into Saturday evening. Moderate to heavy rain will fall in as an area of low-pressure tracks to the north of Connecticut.
Expect a wet and foggy Saturday night with temperatures. Moderate to heavy rain will continue through Sunday morning and into the afternoon. The rain will gradually taper off into the evening with clearing skies overnight.
The story is getting a little bit old, but it’s a very challenging forecast, with Canada full of cold, warmer air with a lot of moisture to the south of New England. We are right on that boundary with a very active changeable weather pattern right through next week.
We’re forecasting some impressive rainfall totals. Parts of the state could see over an inch and a half of rain. Areas prone to flooding may see minor urban and street flooding, but widespread flooding is not a concern.
Cooler air works into the state by Sunday morning and Sunday afternoon with temperatures falling from 50 into the upper 30s.