Sunny and warm Sunday for Connecticut; trend continues into Memorial Day

News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Michele Powers says Connecticut will see sunny conditions and warm temperatures, which will continue into Memorial Day.

News 12 Staff

May 27, 2023, 12:12 PM

Updated 324 days ago

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News 12 Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Michele Powers says Connecticut will see sunny conditions and warm temperatures, which will continue into Memorial Day.
NEW: Memorial Day weekend looks good. Rain stays just south of our state. Expect beautiful weather this weekend and next week.
NOW: We approach upper-70s to mid-80s on Sunday.
NEXT: Hello 80s. Next week will feature warmer days with a dry stretch. Rain chances increase by next Friday.
FORECAST
OVERNIGHT
SUNDAY: Sunshine with a few clouds. Highs near 77. Lows stay warm near 55. 
MONDAY: Sunshine with clouds collecting by the second half of the day. Highs near 80. Lows near 52.
TUESDAY: Sun and more clouds mix with closer to normal highs, 71 degrees. Lows near 50.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. Highs near 79. Lows near 55.


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