As of 10 p.m. on Friday in Shelton, it’s 12 degrees outside — and the thermometer is still dropping. The overnight low is expected to be about 2 degrees, but it will feel colder with the wind chill, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect tonight through noon Saturday for much of the state, including southwest Connecticut.
Saturday brings snow and more seasonable temperatures in the high 20s, but then Sunday arrives. While the daytime high on Sunday will be 15 degrees in Shelton, the overnight low will be minus-4, plus winds gusts up to 36 mph, the NWS said. That’s cold, windy and — well — unpleasant.
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The high on Monday (Presidents Day) will be 16 degrees, with an overnight low of 3 degrees.
Temperatures bounce back up to 25 degrees on Tuesday, the NWS said, but there’s a chance of … you guessed, it, snow.
For the rest of the week, daytime highs will be in the low 20s and overnight lows in the single digits, close to zero, according to the NWS.