Weather in Connecticut could turn nasty on June 2

Severe weather threatens Sunday

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After a gorgeous start to the first weekend in June, a cold front that packs a punch could bring severe weather to Connecticut and the northeast, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his weather podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field notes that severe weather cannot be ruled out for late Sunday afternoon and evening. Lightening and thunder, hail and high winds are all a possibility because of the unseasonable cold front barreling toward Connecticut.

Monday will be no picnic either, resembling anything but an early June day. And don’t expect a massive warming in the ensuing days, Field notes.

Why such weather? And will it ever warm up? Field and Lovallo get into that topic and more in the podcast.

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