Dramatic changes in Connecticut weather, starting Nov. 12.

Connecticut faces big weather change

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Connecticut faces a big weather change, according to meteorologist Brad Field. After a stretch of 70-degree days, unusual for November, the state and region are about to be slapped with a big reality check, notes Field in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo.

A cold front, sweeping across the state, has brought rain and a temperature dip. And Field says it is only going to get colder. There will be some moderating temperatures by Thanksgiving Day, but not before a stretch of weather that for a couple of days calls for daytime highs in the 30s, during the week of Nov. 15.

Field, who issued his long range winter forecast a couple of weeks ago, also revisits his winter prediction just a bit, after consulting with the latest resources on the subject. All this and more are in the podcast.

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