FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- After heavy rain, sleet and winds from a nor'easter, sunny skies today will warm things up to around 10 degrees over normal for January, according to the National Weather Service.
Wednesday morning's gray skies will give way to the sunshine, pushing temperatures into the 40s for most of the day.
Showers come back tonight, bringing a cold front. The rain and above-freezing air will stick around Thursday morning, said the Weather Service.
Showers will end later Thursday and cool air returns to the region.
The night will be mainly cloudy, with a low around 31, though wind chills will make it seem 25.
Friday arrives sunny, pushing air up to near 39.
But clouds move in overnight, and the temperatures turn frigid, into the mid-20s.
Partly sunny Saturday will be warmer, around 37. But dress warmly for the evening, because overnight will be cloudy and cold, near 21.