Small Jan. 3 storm in Connecticut could be prelude to bigger things.

Nuisance winter storm a prelude to bigger things?

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A nuisance winter storm could be a prelude to bigger weather events in Connecticut, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In a special edition podcast, Field predicts a small storm will strike Connecticut on Jan. 3 into early Jan. 4, dropping a mixed bag of precipitation. Accumulation amounts are dependent on where you live.

Although this is not expected to be a major storm, it could cause some travel difficulties and impact the Jan. 4 morning commute. In his conversation with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field also explains why the storm is expected to stall once it rides by Connecticut and what that could mean in the way of future storms for the region.

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