Field: Fast-moving snowstorm to pack wallop

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Meteorologist Brad Field predicts a fast-moving snowstorm Sunday night, Mar. 3 into Monday morning will pack a wallop, dumping the most snowfall the region has witnessed in one storm this winter season.

In his latest podcast, co-hosted with Dan Lovallo, Field foresees 5-10 inches of snow falling on Connecticut and details when the storm will be at its most intense.

The storm clean-up will only be for the fittest and Field explains why the clean-up operation will be important.

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  1. Hi Brad, A few inches of Flakes! Yippee!!! Still waiting for an old fashioned snow storm…a Nor’easter…20 to 30 inches and some really freezing temps so the Flajes will last longer than a day! Think you can order me one of those! Thanks Brad! Take care and God bless you!! San I.

  2. I will always check your forecasts. You taught many interns in your career and they are successful meteorologists now.

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