After another unseasonably warm day on Monday, Dec. 1, things are going to feel more like December on Tuesday.
There’s a slight chance of snow late Tuesday morning, Dec. 2. But there’s a greater chance of rain, snow and sleet later in the day, according to the National Weather Service.
While the high on Tuesday is going to be near 39, the windchill will make it feel between 30 and 35, according to the weather service, thanks to an east wind of 11 mph.
The chance of precipitation on Tuesday is 80% with a daytime snow and sleet accumulation of less than a half inch, according to the weather service.
Tuesday night, there will be more rain, snow and sleet that should become all rain after midnight, according to the weather service. Winds will be six to 10 mph from the east. The chance of precipitation is 100%, according to the weather service. New snow and sleet accumulation should be less than a half inch.
On Monday, the recorded high in Stamford was 62 degrees. And there’s a good chance, looking at the extended forecast, that that was the last time the mercury will top 60 degrees in 2014.
There could be more rain on Wednesday along with a foggy morning but a high near 50 and overnight low of 32. Thursday looks to be the sunniest day of the week with a high near 44 and low around 27. On Friday there could be more rain in the afternoon with a high near 41 and a low around 37. During the evening, when Wilton's Holiday Stroll is set to take place, there is a 40% chance of rain, with temperatures in the high 30s. On Saturday, when the state football playoffs begin across Connecticut, the could be more rain with a high near 45 and low around 35. Sunday looks to be about the same with rain and high near 44 and low around 35.