NOW: A seasonable and sunny day forward throughout the area with just a few clouds sprinkled in.
NEW: Rain strikes in Sunday afternoon and can carry some moist roads and a sloppy Monday morning commute. Just a few spots in Litchfield County might even see a snowflake or ice pellet combined in.
NEXT: There’s a possible shot of snow and rain transferring into the tri-State space midweek.
Storm Watch Crew Meteorologist Scott Sincoff says seasonal climate is with us Saturday, however rain will transfer in to wrap up the weekend.
SATURDAY: A mixture of solar and clouds with seasonable temperatures. Highs within the low-40s and a lightweight northwest breeze.
OVERNIGHT: Partly cloudy and chilly. Lows round 30 with a lightweight northwest breeze.
SUNDAY: Turning into cloudy with rain transferring in after lunch. Just a few flakes are attainable in Litchfield in a single day with the rain via the Monday morning commute. Highs within the 40s and lows within the 30s. Mild and variable wind.
MONDAY: Rain early, turning principally to partially cloudy. Gusty winds as much as 25 mph.
TUESDAY: Largely sunny. Highs within the 40s and lows round freezing.
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY: An opportunity for snow and rain strikes into the area. Highs within the 40s and lows within the 30s Wednesday. Highs within the 40s and lows within the 20s Thursday.