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Feb 262014
 

Meteorologist Kevin Arnone

Meteorologist Kevin Arnone

Here’s the forecast from our favorite Meteorologist Kevin Arnone:

Are you enjoying the cold yet?

Well winter is going to show its power for the next week, as temps will not be above the mid 30’s on my 5 day forecast.

As far as the snow concerns this week, the storm on Wednesday is too far out to sea to impact us significantly but close enough to give some CT Towns especially in the SE corner a brief period of flurries and snow showers.  I am not expecting any accumulation other than maybe a coating to a ½ inch at the most.

Thursday there will be some mid day flurries as well, not expecting any accumulation.

Friday will be just darn cold!

Saturday will be cloudy and Sunday is the next storm talk.  As of now the models are hinting at a system moving in late Sunday evening into Monday day. Right now looks to be all snow inland and just a mess of wintry mix and brief snow showers on the shore.

No need to talk totals now as it is so far away but just keep it here and on my Meteorologist Kevin Arnone page.

five day forecast FEb 26-Mar 3

PS Sunday is March 2 NOT the 27th

 


Feb 012013
 

Friday: High 34-37. Flurries, P. Cloudy. NW 15-25 mph, Gust 30+

Friday Night:
 Low 13-19. Few Clouds. NW 10-20 mph

Saturday: Hight 28-32. P. Cloudy. SW 10-20 mph

Saturday Night: Low 19-23. Very Light Snow. W 5-10 mph

Strong Low and Front that passed Wednesday Night will track NE as a Weak Low Pressure moves South of CT on Friday produces some Flurries.  High Pressure builds in behind it, but a very active winter pattern from Sunday-Thursday where we may see a few shots of small snow storms.