FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Showers will begin to move out of Fairfield County this afternoon, but falling overnight temperatures have prompted a freeze watch from the National Weather Service for the northern parts of the county.
Clouds will clear out of the area during the afternoon with highs in the mid-50s. Temperatures are expected to dip near the freezing mark overnight.
Sunny skies will remain in the forecast on Wednesday through Friday and temperatures will climb into the mid-to-high 50s.
Expect temperatures to break 60 degrees with abundant sunshine over the weekend.
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