Monthly Archives: February 2016

Rain midweek, with a likely Cold end to February

Discussion: Winter isn’t over, but the persistent snowy pattern that gripped the northeast for an 11 day stretch earlier this month, clearly ended last week. There is some active weather in the forecast for next week, so let’s see how … Continue reading

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New England Wakes up to Brutal Valentine’s Day Cold

A record setting day for most locations today as temperatures have plunged due to a substantial arctic blast. A couple numbers from the National Weather Service’s New York Forecast office: Central Park’s low of -1ºF breaks the previous record of … Continue reading

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Coldest Weather of the Season… Followed by Rain?

The big story heading into the end of this week is the brutal and possibly record cold that will be here for Valentine’s Day weekend. It certainly will be the coldest we’ve seen in an otherwise mild winter for the … Continue reading

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Complicated Winter Weather Setup Emerging

A series of storm systems this week will usher in the return of a snowfall threat for southern New England. Significant Snow does not appear to be the most likely scenario for Connecticut, but only a small westward shift in the … Continue reading

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