Rain is in the forecast for Shelton for the coming days, with showers likely or possible every day through the end of the work week. The heaviest rain is expected on Tuesday.
Temperatures also will get chillier before warming up on Friday and over the weekend.
The rain could begin late tonight, and then gain in intensity during the day on Tuesday. Up to a half an inch of rain is possible during daylight hours and up to another half an inch on Tuesday night, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
No snow expected
Snow is not in the forecast for the coming week, with temperatures expected to remain above freezing — even in the overnight hours.
The upcoming weekend is looking much better, with temperatures in the high 50s and low 60s, and Sunday is expected to have sunny skies, the NWS said.
Here is the NWS forecast for Shelton in the coming days:
Tuesday: Rain, especially after 8 a.m., with up to a half an inch possible during daylight hours and up to another half an inch at night. Daytime high of 49 and nighttime low of 37.
Wednesday: Rain or drizzle likely, with a high of 43 degrees and strong winds. Nighttime low of 34 degrees.
Thursday: Rain possible in the morning and likely in the afternoon and at night. Daytime high of 43 degrees and overnight low of 38 degrees.
Friday: Showers likely day and evening, with a high of 59 degrees and a low of 49 degrees.