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After extensive analysis, we decided on a new snow map this afternoon. Totals were bumped up a bit from previous forecasts, especially for interior locations. The main reason for this was a better mid-level evolution on guidance – most notably the GFS and the Euro. This allowed for a stronger low pressure system, and more snowfall. As with most winter storms in CT, we do have to worry about mixing issues as the shoreline towns will be near or just above freezing.

Bottom Line: A plowable event is on the way to CT – just don’t get carried away with double digit numbers just yet.

New update out tomorrow!

January 5, 2024

WINTER STORM UPDATE: Snow Expected for CT Saturday Night thru Sunday

After extensive analysis, we decided on a new snow map this afternoon. Totals were bumped up a bit from previous forecasts, especially for interior locations. The […]
January 2, 2024

INCOMING WEEKEND SNOWSTORM: Preliminary Look at the Setup and Potential Accumulation

The largest snowstorm we’ve seen in a couple of years (not saying much but still) is possible Saturday night into Sunday. While we’re still a ways […]
December 28, 2023

Recap: Storm Overperforms Thursday Morning 12-28-23 Leading to More Rain and Wind than Forecast

One of the best parts about increasing our public presence is the feedback that we get for our forecasts whether positive or negative. Last night and […]
December 28, 2023

Heavy Rain into Thursday AM Commute

Looks like a very wet night ahead with short range modeling trending higher with rainfall totals. Rain looks particularly heavy for the early AM commute before […]