Weather Alerts for Connecticut

Wind Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Southern Fairfield
  • Southern New Haven
  • Southern Middlesex
  • Southern New London
  • Northern Fairfield
  • Northern New Haven
  • Northern Middlesex
  • Northern New London

Wind Advisory Remains In Effect Until 4 Pm Est Saturday
- Locations Southeast New York Northeast New Jersey And
Southern Connecticut.
- Hazards Strong Winds.
- Winds Northwest 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts 45 To 50 Mph.
- Timing Tonight Into Saturday Afternoon.
- Impacts The Strong Winds May Down Some Tree Limbs And Power
Lines And Make Driving High Profile Vehicles Difficult
Especially On Elevated Roadways And Bridges.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Wind Advisory Is Issued When Sustained Winds Of 31 To 39 Mph
Or Gusts Of 46 To 57 Mph Are Expected Or Occurring. Winds This
Strong Can Make Driving Difficult Especially For High Profile
Vehicles. Use Extra Caution.

Wind Chill Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Southern Litchfield
  • Northern Litchfield

Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect Until 11 Am Est
Saturday
- Locations Litchfield County Connecticut Berkshires
Southern Vermont Greater Capital Region Lake George
Northern Saratoga Region Schoharie Valley Mid Hudson
Valley Taconics And The Eastern Catskills.
- Hazard Types Dangerous Wind Chills.
- Wind Chills 15 To 29 Degrees Below Zero.
- Timing Late Tonight Through Saturday Morning.
- Winds Northwest 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts 30 To 45 Mph.
- Low Temperatures 10 Below To 5 Above Zero.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Wind Chill Advisory Means That Very Cold Air And Strong Winds
Will Combine To Generate Low Wind Chills. This Will Result In
Frost Bite And Lead To Hypothermia If Precautions Are Not Taken.
If You Must Venture Outdoors Make Sure You Wear A Hat And
Gloves.

Wind Chill Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Northern Fairfield
  • Northern New Haven
  • Northern Middlesex
  • Southern Fairfield
  • Southern New Haven

Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From Midnight Tonight To
Noon Est Saturday
- Locations The Lower Hudson Valley Northeast New Jersey
Roughly North Of Interstate 80 And Much Of Southern
Connecticut.
- Hazard Types Hazardous Wind Chills.
- Wind Chills As Low As 15 To 20 Below Due To Temperatures In
The Single Digits And Northwest Winds Sustained At 15 To 25
Mph With Gusts Up To 50 Mph.
- Timing From Midnight Tonight Into Saturday Morning.
- Impacts Frostbite And Hypothermia If Precautions Are Not
Taken.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Wind Chill Advisory Means That Very Cold Air And Strong Winds
Will Combine To Generate Low Wind Chills That Could Lead To
Frostbite And Hypothermia If Precautions Are Not Taken. If You
Venture Outdoors Make Sure You Wear A Wind Repellent Coat Hat
And Gloves.

Wind Chill Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Hartford
  • Tolland
  • Hartford
  • Tolland

Wind Chill Advisory Remains In Effect From 1 Am To 9 Am Est
Saturday
Winter Storm Watch In Effect From Sunday Evening Through Late
Monday Night
The National Weather Service In Taunton Has Issued A Winter Storm
Watch Which Is In Effect From Sunday Evening Through Late
Monday Night.
- Locations This Includes The Cities And Towns Of Hartford Windsor
Locks Union Vernon And Springfield.
- Hazard Types Dangerously Cold Wind Chills.
- Wind Chill Readings As Low As 16 Below.
- Timing After Midnight Tonight Through Saturday Morning.
- Impacts Frostbite Can Develop In Just 30 Minutes With A Wind
Chill Index Of -20.
- Winds Northwest 15 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 Mph.
- Other Impacts Significant Snowfall Is Possible Sunday Night
Into Monday. A Winter Storm Watch Is Issued For The Potential Of
Accumulating Snow Of 6 Or More Inches In A 12 Hour Period Or 8
Or More Inches In A 24 Hour Period.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Wind Chill Advisory Is Issued When The Wind Chill Index Is
Likely To Reach -15 To -24 Degrees For At Least 3 Hours.
Frostbite Can Develop In Just 30 Minutes With A Wind Chill Index
Of -20. If You Are Heading Outdoors Dress In Layers And Wear A
Hat And Gloves.
A Winter Storm Watch Is Issued For The Potential Of Accumulating
Snow Of 6 Or More Inches In A 12 Hour Period Or 8 Or More
Inches In A 24 Hour Period. Anyone Traveling In The Next 24 To
36 Hours Should Monitor Later Forecasts And Be Prepared To Modify
Travel Plans Should Winter Weather Develop.

Winter Storm Watch

The following area is affected:

  • Windham

Winter Storm Watch In Effect From Sunday Evening Through Late
Monday Night
The National Weather Service In Taunton Has Issued A Winter Storm
Watch Which Is In Effect From Sunday Evening Through Late
Monday Night.
- Timing Sunday Night Into Monday.
- Main Impact Significant Snowfall Is Possible Sunday Night
Into Monday. A Winter Storm Watch Is Issued For The Potential Of
Accumulating Snow Of 6 Or More Inches In A 12 Hour Period Or 8
Or More Inches In A 24 Hour Period.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Storm Watch Is Issued For The Potential Of Accumulating
Snow Of 6 Or More Inches In A 12 Hour Period Or 8 Or More
Inches In A 24 Hour Period. Anyone Traveling In The Next 24 To
36 Hours Should Monitor Later Forecasts And Be Prepared To Modify
Travel Plans Should Winter Weather Develop.