Monthly Archives: March 2017

Winter’s early spring wrath

Despite the calendar, another round of March winter weather is on the way for some in Southern New England. A large wrapped up area of low pressure in the central US will bring stormy weather into the region tomorrow through … Continue reading

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Winter 2016/17 Snowfall

10/28/2016: T 11/21/2016:  T 12-Dec-16 0.3″ 16-Dec-16 0.1″ 17-Dec-16 5.6″ 6-Jan-17 2.5″ 8-Jan-17 7.8″ 15-Jan-17 1.3″ 1-Feb-17 3.8″ 9-Feb-17 0.8″ 10-Feb-17 12.2″ 11-Feb-17 0.5″ 13-Feb-17 2.5″ 16-Feb-17 0.2″ 11-Mar-17 4.8″  Seasonal Total: 42.4″

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Light snow Friday, a more significant storm next week?

A cold front passage early this morning has begun to bring drier air into the region. Dew point depressions are 5 to 10ºF state wide with air temperatures still hanging around in the upper 40s to near 50. The visible … Continue reading

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Mild through mid week with late week cold

Well congratulations! Today is the first stereotypical March day across Connecticut with occasional rain showers and temperatures that will crawl through the 40s up to around 50ºF by later this afternoon and early evening. This is not a washout but you … Continue reading

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Late week – Mid March winter threats emerging

Another clear calm night set the stage for an unseasonably cold beginning to the week this morning. Low temperatures fell into the teens state wide but changes are on the way. High pressure cresting overhead will begin to fade to … Continue reading

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Snow squalls, reinforcing cold blast to lead into the weekend

Temperatures have dropped off significantly in the wake of a cold front passage early yesterday morning – It’s nearly 15 to 20 degrees colder from 8 am Thursday to 8 am Today. 9:00 AM temperatures were in the upper 20s … Continue reading

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March begins stormy, turning colder

Across Connecticut temperatures are in the upper 40s and low 50s this morning behind a renewed surge of milder and more humid air. This has resulted in the formation of advection fog statewide, with visibilities dropping below a quarter mile … Continue reading

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