Snow ushers in tough winter stretch for Connecticut.

Winter storm will impact Connecticut

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A winter storm moving out of Pennsylvania will impact Connecticut, according to meteorologist Brad Field. Some parts of the state could receive four inches of snow, when the storm hits Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 26 and lingers into the following morning.

Once the storm departs, winter will rear its head with subfreezing temperatures and the possibility of a major snowstorm striking the region between Jan. 31 and Feb. 2.

Field details all of what’s ahead with podcast co-host Dan Lovallo.

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  1. Hi Brad its Chris from East Haven I hope all is well. Sadly I just found out I have Covid but so far so good I can watch the ocean from my back deck. First off I guess the PINEAPPLE EXPRESS has been renamed
    ATMOSPHERIC RIVER anyway this Feb,1st storm gives me a (FEB,5-7 1978) FEELING I think the low will pass over the Benchmark + move just a little faster ( also no catastrophic MA Flooding) So I am going out on a limb by saying 14 inches of snow in East Haven with 30-40mph Gusts easily over 50

    1. Love your prediction Chris…updating podcast at 4:15 pm, should be posted by 6 pm for Monday February 1…

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