Weekend weather in Connecticut

Dorian’s remnants and was it Alabamy bound?

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Connecticut and New England will feel the effects of Hurricane Dorian Friday night into Saturday morning, although western Connecticut may be the least impacted, according to award-winning meteorologist Brad Field in his podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo. After a windy start, the weekend is shaping up to be a good one with autumn in the air.

Meanwhile, what about the controversy, involving President Trump, on whether the hurricane was ever bound for Alabama? Field and Lovallo delve into that topic at about the 15:00 part of the podcast with Field stating: “There was some speculation by meteorologists that the storm could emerge in the Gulf of Mexico…” You’ll have to tune in to the podcast to listen to the remainder of the discussion.

As for the long range forecast and whether we will experience some warmer temperatures in summer’s waning days, Field and Lovallo talk about that too in addition to several other topics.

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