Monthly Archives: November 2016

November 15, 2016 Forecast Discussion

Upper Level: 500mb trough slides east through Thursday before eventually becoming cutoff offshore to the east. Ridging builds in from the west while a new trough digs in the central plains. That trough will amplify and tilt negatively as it … Continue reading

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Monday Weather Discussion

Upper Levels: 500mb shortwave trough approaches the northeast on Tuesday before eventually passing through by Thursday evening. Upper level ridging will build in behind it for the end of the week as a significant mild air push arrives. Surface: Weak low pressure … Continue reading

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October 2016 Precipitation Summary

Eastern Connecticut sees some drought relief courtesy of a concentrated drenching. The same storm that delivered the first snowfall of the season to many across the state, brought the first drought denting rainfall in a long time for New London … Continue reading

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Forecast: Friday November 4, 2016

Today: Mostly sunny and cool. Highs 55-60. Winds north 5-10 mph. Tonight: Clear (and frosty cold)/(with areas of frost developing). Lows 30-35. Northwest wind around 5 mph becoming calm. Tomorrow: Mostly sunny, highs 50-55. West wind 4-7 mph. Tomorrow night: Increasing clouds. … Continue reading

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Forecast: Thursday November 3, 2016

CONNECTICUT This afternoon: Mostly cloudy, a few breaks of sun. Showers developing. High 66-72. Wind west around 10 mph. Tonight: Showers end early, clearing overnight. Low near 45. Wind north 10-15 mph. Tomorrow: Mostly sunny. Breezy. Highs 55-60. Wind north 12-18 … Continue reading

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November 2, 2016 Technical Weather Discussion

Upper Levels: An intensifying upper level trough moves into the area tomorrow before shifting to eastward on Friday but Troughing will persist near the northeastern states into the middle of next week.

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