Thank you, the current time is 4:45. Let’s take a look at the First Alert pinpoint radar. There is rain in certain parts of the state, especially in southern and central Connecticut. The northern and northwest parts of the state are currently dry, but there is moderate to heavy rain in southwest Connecticut, particularly in areas like Reading, Bethel, and Danbury.
Exercise caution on Route 8 as it will be wet. The roads are definitely wet, so give yourself some extra travel time. The temperature at Bradley Airport is currently 50°, which is higher than the average high for this time of year (55°).
The coolest temperature right now is in Torrington at 48°, while the warmest is above average at 58°. You can leave your heavy coat at home and instead wear a light jacket or sweater. The wind is currently coming from the southwest, but it will shift to the northwest later today.
Despite the rain, today will be a mild day with temperatures reaching 62-66° inland. Take a look at tomorrow’s weather with the First Alert futurecast. The rain will move out, and the sun will make a return by noon, leading to a beautiful afternoon. The temperatures tomorrow will be cooler, ranging from 56-59°.
On Thursday, there may be some morning showers, possibly with some mixing in the highest elevations of northwest Connecticut. From Friday to Monday, the forecast is dry, but it will be noticeably cooler with daytime highs only in the mid to upper 40s.
The overnight lows will also drop, reaching 32° on Sunday night into Monday morning..