FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Drivers should use caution when rain and thunderstorms, along with widespread fog, moves into Fairfield County by Tuesday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
Monday remains sunny, with a high around 47, then mild wind will be light and variable this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
Tuesday's rain possibility is 20 percent in the early morning hours, then clouds will begin to increase by the afternoon. The temperatures will hover near 42, and there will possibly be thunderstorms.
These storms could produce heavy rainfall and widespread fog, with moderate temperatures as high as 57. Winds will increase and the fog will be widespread. The chance of precipitation is 100 percent. Up to three-quarters of rain could come with the system.
Overnight Tuesday brings more rain, then areas of fog, under otherwise mostly cloudy skies, with a low near 47. Winds will be calmer after midnight.
Wednesday brings afternoon rain and more fog. The temperatures will be around 56, morning northeast wind will be light. The day's precipitation possibility is 80 percent, with up to three-quarters of more water added to the saturated ground.
Wednesday night brings rain and fog, and more precipitation amounts between a quarter- and half- of an inch possible.
Thursday will be a sunny one, with a high near 55.
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