Areas of fog could be an issue in Shelton this morning, with the National Weather Service (NWS) issuing a Special Weather Statement on fog for Fairfield County and some other parts of Connecticut.
The fog cold be “locally dense” on Sunday morning, the NWS said, reminding drivers to use their low-beam headlights when on the road.
Warming temperatures, more showers
As of 8 a.m. on Sunday, it’s 37 degrees in Shelton — which is colder than had been predicted. This means there could still be icy conditions in colder parts of the city.
On and off rain should continue for most of the day and night, and temperatures should eventually hit a high of near 55 degrees, the NWS said. A thunderstorm is possible this morning.
Later this week, it will turn much colder in Shelton — with a low of 5 degrees forecast for Wednesday night into Thursday. and a high of only 11 degrees expected on Thursday.
Some snow is possible on Tuesday in Shelton from a fast-moving system, according to the NWS.