As expected rain has transitioned to a mix of rain and snow in the hills and some towns have even flipped to all snow. A combination of dry low level air resulting in evaporational cooling and a slow drain of...
A blast of Arctic cold on Friday looks very impressive.
After the warmest October on record it looks like we may see a legitimate shot of cold air,
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.
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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