Along the Shoreline, Spring Comes Last

If you’ve lived here in Connecticut for more than… I don’t know… a week, then you know that the Long Island Sound is very influential in our…

Allergies…Stripped

Its a year round headache…literally. Some only suffer in the spring, others during the hot months of the year, but allergies are all around …

You Might Be Rubbing Your Eyes…

Allergies effect more Americans than diabetes, cancer, coronary artery disease, stroke, alzheimers, and parkinsons disease combined. Approxi…

Hartford Heat in the Spring

April is the first full month of spring and it has had its’ fair share of hot weather…

Plants..With Brains?

Every winter, the weather starts getting cold; plants close up, take a nap for the winter, and finally wake back up in the springtime. But w…

Killer Bees, Keeping us Alive…For Now

Extreme weather, hotter temperatures, global warming? We worry about the effects from climate change all the time. I’ve got energy saver bul…

Emergency Supply Kit

You may need to survive on your own after an emergency. This means having your own food, water, and other supplies in sufficient quantity to…

Last Frost and the Growing Season

As the spring season carries on, warm weather eventually gives way to the start of the growing season. Here are some key facts about gardeni…

Running Jogs the Brain

Yeah, yeah, we all know the physical benefits to running, but did you know it helps the brain as well? Researchers at Cambridge University i…

Meteorological Spring Versus Real Spring

For those of us who live in Connecticut or the Northeast, after a long winter, one single date on the calendar seems to be the gateway to bl…

Long Island Sound in the Spring

As the weather warms up, so does the Sound. There is a noticeable delay or lag in how ocean temperatures rise…Let’s take a look at the ocean…

Cool Dates in Bridgeport

As we head through March and April, weather becomes less wintry and more spring-like for Bridgeport. Here are some average last dates based …

The Science Behind Your Sneeze-count

Meteorologists have a hard enough time forecasting the weather, so how exactly can they be expected to even try forecasting allergies? It’s …