From Matt Lagor:
Yesterday's summer like weather is long gone and in its place we'll have much more seasonable weather today. High pressure will move across the area this morning, so we'll have some sunshine to start the day; however, as the high moves further offshore and a warm front tries to move through late in the day, clouds will be on the increase this afternoon. After topping out in the mid 80s yesterday, we will be topping out in the mid and upper 50s today.
Tonight will feature clouds and areas of fog with some drizzle possibly along the south coast. A mix of sun and clouds on Monday with highs in the low 60s. Clouds will thicken Monday night and showers are possible late Monday and into Tuesday as a cold front swing through. After a few showers and some clouds Tuesday morning, we should be able to squeeze in some sunshine Tuesday afternoon.
THIS AFTERNOON: Sunshine early with increasing clouds this afternoon. Cooler. Highs: mid 60s Eastern Connecticut, near 60 in Rhode Island, but only 50' for the coast, Cape, and Islands.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy with areas of fog. Periods of drizzle possible along the coast. Low: 47.
MONDAY: Mix of sun and clouds. High: 64.
TUESDAY: Clouds and showers early with clearing skies in the afternoon. High: 73.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy, cooler. High: 65.
THURSDAY: Hazy sun, increasing clouds, night rain develops. High: 61.
FRIDAY: Rain, breezy. High: 60.
SATURDAY: Chance of showers. High. 64.
Today's Record Temperatures