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About Ryan G

26 year old blogger. Idealistic, hardworking, and optimistic. Bachelor's Degree and soon to have a masters degree.

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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Early week cold short lived.

Here’s a look at the week ahead: Sunday: A cold front shifts east of the region while high pressure builds to the south. Sunny, breezy and cool weather will be in place for Sunday.

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Briefly cooler, warmth returns midweek.

Overall for a mid February pattern, this leaves little to be desire if you dislike Winter. Mild temperatures with a few days of sunshine and a couple rain chances.

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2016 Precipitation Summary:

Totals (April through December): 31.13″, departure -5.8″ April 2016 precipitation summary (4.12″, departure -0.70″) May 2016 precipitation summary  (4.30″, departure +0.33″) June 2016 precipitation summary  (1.19″, departure -3.11″) July 2016 precipitation summary   (2.44″, departure -1.02″) August 2016 precipitation summary … Continue reading

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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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