Dry weather is expected through the daylight hours today. The first rain showers arrive this evening 6-9PM with heavy rain for Friday. The wind will get quite gusty Friday and high tide flooding is also expected. 2″ to 4″ of rain will cause low area flooding and basement issues. The rain will taper early Saturday with dry weather midday Saturday through Sunday. A clipper could bring some light snow showers to CT. early Monday. Quiet later Christmas Eve. day and for Christmas.
**FLOOD WATCH FOR ALL OF CT & WIND ADVISORY FOR THE SHORELINE**
Tonight: Periods of rain with temperatures remaining steady ofr rising through the 40s and 50s. Increasing winds too.
Friday: Winter officially begins at 5:23 PM. Heavy rain and gusty winds with warm temperatures around or even over 60°. Gusts over 40 MPH and 2″ to 4″ of rain expected! Local street, basement, stream and river flooding possible. Also coastal flooding at high tide is a concern 9-10 AM and 9-10 PM.
Saturday: A few showers for the morning with improving weather during the afternoon. Still above average with highs mostly in the mid-upper 40s. Breezy.
Sunday: Mostly sunny, windy, seasonable with highs in the upper 30s to around 40. Flurries and snow showers at night.
Monday: Early day light snow or flurries with partial PM clearing. Highs around 40°.
Christmas Day: Dry weather during the day with high 35-40.
Wednesday: Looking dry now. Highs in the upper 30s near 40°.
Thursday: Increasing clouds. Highs around 40°.
Friday: Rain with highs in the 40s.