The first of three disturbances that will bring rain is moving through Connecticut Wednesday night.
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The temperature has been below normal in Bridgeport for just two days so far this April. That will likely change in the next week as cooler …
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The early-April rain storms are paying dividends as the drought continues to ease in Connecticut.
The warm weather earlier this week is giving way to seasonable temperatures to round out the workweek and begin the Easter weekend.
The unseasonably warm weather is great for enjoying outdoor activities, but it comes with a few trade-offs.
Part of Connecticut will have a summer preview on Tuesday with highs in the 80s, but it comes with an elevated brush fire risk and high poll…
This soggy stretch has been good for something – the drought is finally easing in CT!
The first showers may arrive by dawn on Thursday, and the weather will get worse during the day.
The first storm of the workweek brought 1-2.5″ Tuesday morning, and there will not be a long break before the next one hits on Thursday.
Two soaking rain storms this week will make it three in the last seven days, enough to put a dent in the drought in Connecticut.
The weather pattern has not been great as of late and it’s not going to get much better in early April.
It was great to see mild sunshine on Wednesday. It will stay dry on Thursday before a storm bring rain, sleet and some snow to Connecticut t…
The sun returns on Wednesday, and it will stay dry on Thursday, but a storm promises to bring more rain, and possibly some snow, late in the…
Our best bet is to put on a happy face as gray skies dominate the weather scene in Connecticut through early next week.