Weather is going to be changing significantly over the next couple of days in New England. How about Hartford, specifically?
At 1053PM, ET, Hartford was reporting a temperature of 49 degrees with overcast skies. There were a few sprinkles being noted in Windsor Locks, just to the north of Hartford, but radar indicates that the rain isn’t widespread. It is cropping up with a weak north wind at the back end of a strong area of low pressure over the North Atlantic. This light rain will wind down in the next few hours.
The break will be short lived, with a strong, wound up area of low pressure in the northern Plains headed to the area. The low is already occluded, and the occluded front will arrive by mid morning tomorrow. Expect showers through most of the day tomorrow, with some gusty winds in the afternoon. The low will take a northeasterly turn late on Thursday, which will cycle in some drier air on Friday, with cooler air expected to arrive late in the evening on Friday. There is a possibility for some thunderstorms as the front moves through tomorrow afternoon.
Tomorrow – Rain likely, High 55, Low 47
Friday – Mostly cloudy, with increasingly cool temperatures, High 54, Low 44
TWC: Tomorrow – PM Rain, High 57, Low 43
Friday – Partly cloudy, High 57, Low 46
AW: Tomorrow – Cloudy with a little rain beginning in the late morning High 56, Low 42
Friday – Windy with sun followed by some clouds High 56, Low 45
NWS: Tomorrow – Showers, mainly after 1pm. Patchy fog before 10am High 55, Low 42
Friday – Partly sunny, High 57, Low 42
WB: Tomorrow – Cloudy showers, mainly in the afternoon, High 55, Low 42
Friday – Partly Sunny, High 57, Low 44
WN: Tomorrow – Cloudy with Chance of Light Showers High 57, Low 43
Friday – Partly Cloudy High 57, Low 46
FIO: Tomorrow – Rain starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening. High 58, Low 46
Friday – Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 58, Low 43