Forecast Blog

The forecast team wanted to note that several reports were received over the last few days of icy spots in the morning due to freezing of runoff from the excessive rainfall experience on Monday. Icing in the same areas could be a theme through the next few mornings as the freeze/thaw cycle will continue, with colder overnight temperatures moving in, especially Thursday night.

A huge part of our initiative this year has been to build a communication pathway with the public to get more live reports of conditions occurring across CT. To that end, we also wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who made reports, as it allows us to provide feedback along with the weather data to our municipal clients, helping to keep the community safer. THANK YOU!

December 21, 2023

Caution: Icy Spots Possible This Week

The forecast team wanted to note that several reports were received over the last few days of icy spots in the morning due to freezing of […]
December 18, 2023

STORM UPDATE: PREPARE FOR HIGH WINDS AND HEAVY RAIN

Forecast is on track for a big ticket “Southeaster” to impact the area tonight and tomorrow. This storm has already produced widespread rain and wind impacts […]
December 17, 2023

VIDEO: Multiple Hazard Storm Approaching – Sit In With Jack to Analyze Some Models

December 14, 2023

Another Sunday Night Soaker: Rain and Wind Expected Sunday Night into Monday

It feels like déjà vu! Another large storm is on the way late Sunday into Monday – and it will not be snow. Despite another rain […]