Don't look for springlike temperatures in Connecticut anytime soon.

No spring in April’s step

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If Connecticut residents are expecting spring weather anytime soon, they might as well forget it. So says meteorologist Brad Field in his latest weather podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo.

Spring days have been few and far between in April of 2020, with not one day where the temperature has exceeded 70 degrees or above. And the prospects for milder days ahead appear to be dim.

How does this compare to last April and what is the long-range forecast into May look like? Field and Lovallo discuss all of this in the podcast and also detail why the weather has been anything but springlike more than one month into spring

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