FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – After Monday's potential snow, this week should be dry and partly sunny with temperatures closer to what they should be for spring in Fairfield County.
“We have our issues Monday, but after that the sun will come out for a stretch of partly sunny days Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday with temperatures in the 40’s,” said Accuweather Meteorologist Tom Kines.
By far, Kines said, Monday will be the coldest day of the week, warming gradually to the weekend.
The weekend will be in the mid to lower 50’s, the normal temperature for this time of year, although the clouds will continue to be present, which might lower temperatures slightly.
“I don’t think we’ll see any true spring-like weather anytime soon,” Kines said. He added that these below average temperatures will continue through at least the middle of April before more seasonable temperatures return.
Weather conditions can change so check for updates throughout the week.
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