FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Memorial Day may have marked the unofficial start to summer, but steady rain and near-constant cloud cover have left Fairfield County residents wondering: What happened to the sun and when will summer finally arrive?
Unfortunately, long-range predictions suggest the unsettled, soggy weather pattern will persist into the first few weeks in June, according to Accuweather.com .
Many areas along the Interstate 95 corridor have sustained more days with rain than without in recent weeks. The steady rain has made it tough to warm unheated pools and lakes, accuweather.com said.
The good news?
Summer hasn't been canceled just yet.
Accuweather's long-range forecast calls for the rain to finally move on and for temperatures to bounce back by mid-June across southwestern Connecticut.
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