Cold front bringing the coldest air of the season... so far

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We will notice it starting Thursday night and Friday morning when temperatures drop into the 20s.

Friday's highs struggle to hit 35°. Overnight will be mostly cloudy. The next few days should be the coldest stretch many of us have seen so far this season. There were some wind gusts however between 30 and 40 miles per hour. It'll be another cold day with highs in the 40s.

The first of 2 offshore storms could brush CT with snow showers or a wintry mix Friday night. Highs will still manage into the upper 40s and low 50s with sunny skies. It will not bring any rain, but it will make us even colder than we already are. Many areas could see temperatures dropping into the 20s and 30s overnight. Low temperatures should dip back into the 20s for many of us. The National Weather Service defines a white Christmas as having more than 0.5 inches of snow falling on Christmas day with at least one inch of snow on the ground. As that front looks to be fairly far off the coast, most of the moisture should stay out over the ocean as well. Temperatures will remain cold through Friday and Saturday. However, it still bears watching just in case, especially towards the I-95 corridor.

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As with any snow potential in the South, keep alert for forecast changes, and be prepared for impacts, even if they seem minor now.

After a windy Wednesday, breezy conditions are expected to stick around into the weekend. The third and final chance for some snowflakes arrives later next Tuesday into Wednesday as low-pressure tracks from the Great Lakes into the Northeast. So there's a chance of some rain and snow in the midweek forecast to account for this possibility, although remember no major storms are in sight. Winds out of the west will lead to a bump in afternoon highs with temperatures warming into the upper 40s. WE can see some minor accumulations from United States 24 northward, and even a coating with some snow showers down toward I-70.

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