FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. - You should plan outdoor activities for Monday because rain and colder air are forecast to move in for the rest of the week.
Monday's temperatures will be relatively mild with highs in the low to mid 50s. There will be fog in the morning.
“One thing that might put a damper on the day is a wind bringing in some cloud cover,” said Kristina Pydynowski, Accuweather meteorologist.
Tuesday's temperatures will remain in the 50s but rain will likely gaining momentum through the afternoon with the chance of downpours growing as the day goes on.
The skies will clear Wednesday, but the temperatures will drop with wind bringing cold temperatures up from the colder water of the sound.
But the rain will mark the end of the warm weather by Thursday. Pydynowski says some areas closer to the coast won’t be able get up to the 40s.
The colder temperatures will stay through the weekend with slightly warmer temperatures further inland.
Looking ahead into the following week, Pydynowski says they are tracking a possible storm coming up from the south which could bring some snow Monday.