June 13, 2011 Brief Update

Forecast Overview:

– Mostly cloudy skies along with scattered showers are expected tomorrow across the area. Temperatures will be chilly for this time of the year, only reaching the lower to mid 60s across the area with a NE wind. Some places in interior southern Connecticut may fail to reach the 60 degree mark.

– Wednesday and Thursday will bring warmer temperatures, reaching the upper 70s to lower 80s from NYC and further west while slowly warming up further east, reaching the upper 60s to mid 70s on Wednesday and the mid to upper 70s on Thursday. Both days will be dry.

– A low pressure will move towards the area on Friday, bringing showers and thunderstorms to the area on Friday and Saturday. The exact track of this low pressure is uncertain, and some models try to develop it into a nor’easter-like coastal low which at this time is unlikely, but both days will bring slightly cooler temperatures, mostly in the 70s, with rain chances. More information will be posted on this over the next several days.

– Temperatures will warm up back into the 80s by Sunday and Monday, and there are indications that more significant warmth may return by early-mid next week. More information will be posted on this potential over the next several days as well.

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