Monday's First Warning Forecast: A cool and sunny start

Tuesday, 01 Aug, 2017

Low humidity and still air have allowed for temperatures to tumble quite a bit in non-urban, non-coastal areas of the state. This will continue throughout the afternoon as we reach highs into only the mid to upper 70s. A gradual warming trend through the week will bring temperatures back into the middle to upper 80s by Wednesday. Tomorrow brings more sunshine and an increase in the humidity. Highs crest into the mid 80s today with sea breezes developing at the coast.

Sunny skies with some scattered fair weather clouds for most. While we can not rule out a shower or two tomorrow afternoon thanks to a small disturbance passing to our north, the vast majority of CT will remain dry.

Saturday and Sunday will be picture ideal compared to the extreme heat and humidity of the last two weeks.

That will keep our highs below average, mainly around the mid to upper 80s. Partly sunny skies will be around on Friday with another disturbance passes overhead across New England.

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As a cold front passes through on Thursday, we have a good chance of seeing some showers and storms. Therefore there will be the chance for a shower or thunderstorm during the afternoon, but highs will still be close to 90 degrees away from the water.

Friday|More clouds than sun.

Sunday morning started with the coolest temperatures and lowest humidity levels since the end of June.