Monthly Archives: October 2016

Forecast Discussion: More early season Wintery Weather Late week

Discussion: An unseasonably cool airmass will remain in place through the middle of the week with temperatures struggling through the 40s tomorrow and Wednesday and lows falling into the low 30s. A frontal system approaches from the west on Thursday helping … Continue reading

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Unsettled Weekend of Weather Ahead

While you are all enjoying a beautiful fall weekend, the weather pattern unfolding ahead paints a very different picture for next weekend. As temperatures moderate early next week the first of a pair of weak cold fronts will approach on … Continue reading

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Ryan Gallagher Broadcast Demos

TV DEMO REEL 2018: Radio: July 2018: June 13, 2018: More radio cuts to come!    

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Storm Threat Outlook (Update): Hurricane Matthew

Threat: Tropical Timing: Saturday evening through Sunday Afternoon For: Long Island and Connecticut Discussion: A ridge of high pressure will crest over eastern New England later this week. As the ridge shifts east this weekend, all eyes will turn towards … Continue reading

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Storm Threat outlook: Hurricane Matthew

Discussion: Weakening low pressure moves by the region today. As it does so a ridge of high pressure will build down from Canada before eventually cresting over eastern New England later this week. As the ridge gradually departs to the … Continue reading

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September 2016 Precipitation Summary

The Drought situation grew once again for much of the state. Southeastern Connecticut was the beneficiary of a heavy round of rain on Monday, September 19th. Elsewhere across the state a general 1″-3″ was observed. We were only able to … Continue reading

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