More rain Thursday, some relief returns Friday

Cheryl Sanders
March 29, 2018

There should be intervals of afternoon sun pushing our temperatures into the lower 80s Tuesday, and low-mid 80s Wednesday.

The first week of April will see the cooler pattern that we've grown so accustomed to in March exert itself once again with temperatures trending a bit cooler than average for much of the week. Some of our southern neighborhoods may climb just a touch above 60°! Expect a few isolated showers early with lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s. It races to the east rather quickly but we could see a lingering shower in the early evening hours.

Overview: Milder temperatures and more rain showers develop for the work week, with heavy rainfall possible Wednesday into Thursday.

Bookmaker Ladbrokes has slashed odds on Easter Sunday being a record breaker on the weather front. We remain active right into the start of next week with more chance of wintry weather.


Wednesday night: A slight chance of showers, then a chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1 a.m.

The Met Office says: "Often cloudy over the next few days with showers or longer spells of rain and a risk of snow at times, mainly high ground in the north".

Breezy southerly winds will continue until the frontal system arrives late Wednesday night into Thursday.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Scattered rain showers will be possible Saturday night into Sunday morning, with an overnight low temperature of 38 degrees. For now, we a forecasting a high of 62 degrees for the Greater Hartford Area.


For now, we are forecasting a partly to mostly sunny, cool Monday with lows in the 20s and highs in the lower 50s.

Friday - Rain. High 6.

Christchurch Friday: Mostly sunny and dry, high near 20°C.

Our next storm system will introduce an extended period of scattered showers, probably holding off until almost Midnight Tuesday night.


Night: Clear. Low -3.

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