Across Connecticut this past month was the warmest October on record.
What is it with these powerful storms during the last weekend of October?
A powerful storm which may set records for sea level pressure in October across New York State is likely to produce a brief period of strong damaging wind tonight across the state
It's going to be a big storm - there's no doubt about that. The question is how bad will it be in Connecticut as it moves north. That's an open question.
All of our reliable computer model guidance shows a powerful east coast storm heading toward New England on Sunday.
Rainfall from Tuesday night and Wednesday morning was enough to put a serious dent in the year to date deficit throughout the state.
Parts of Connecticut received a months worth of rain over two days and more periods of rain are likely today, with scattered showers tonight and a chance for more showers tomorrow.
Powerful winds, flash flooding and even severe thunderstorms. There's a lot to talk about with the Tuesday storm.
Quite an autumn storm is moving toward Connecticut and we're becoming more confident in a period of strong, damaging winds along with heavy rain.
Near record warmth on Saturday followed by an early week storm.
NBC Connecticut First Alert meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan gives you the science behind the forecast and shares with you an in-depth look at the weather impacting Connecticut.
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