FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Winter weather will continue to linger in Fairfield County and could include another bout with freezing rain, sleet and snow overnight into Tuesday morning.
Temperatures will begin to fall from their peak of 38 degrees in the evening hours Monday and will dip into the 20s overnight. Rain and sleet could change over to snow and freezing rain as the temperature drops below freezing in the night-time. The chance of precipitation is 80 percent.
Rain and snow will move out of the area and leave sunny skies for Tuesday, but temperatures will be much cooler with the high getting up to only about 29 degrees.
Sun is expected to remain through the work week with highs reaching into the mid-30s by Thursday and Friday.
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