Connecticut is going to get hit with a major snowstorm Dec. 16 into Dec. 17, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his weekly podcast, taken from and Instagram feed broadcast earlier in the day, Field and co-host Dan Lovallo discuss the storm and take questions from the audience.
Connecticut and the region could be faced with its first major snowstorm of the winter season on Dec. 16 into 17, according to meteorologist Brad Field. The storm could dump several inches of snow on the region Field said in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo.
Temperatures, which have been barely above freezing for most of the week of Dec. 7, will moderate through Dec. 13, before the weather changes. Field said do not be fooled by temperatures that could reach the mid-50s over the Dec. 12-13 weekend. In tracing the storm origins and storm track, Field explains why it has all the ingredients of classic, winter snowstorm.
In the podcast, Field also looked back at last week’s storm and explained why there were varying snow amounts from a trace in some areas to several inches in other spots.
Connecticut is getting hit with its first nor’easter of the season, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his weekly podcast with Dan Lovallo. Not only will snow impact the entire state on Dec. 5, eastern Connecticut could see high snow totals, Field stated. Areas along the shore will mostly receive rain, while snow in interior sections will be heavy and wet.
The storm will take a classic nor’easter path and bring with it varying snow amounts across the state with high winds everywhere, that could lead to power outages. With temperatures not rising much, it could mean little snow melt on Sunday, Dec. 6.
Field also looks out into the week of Dec. 6 with his weather prediction.
Connecticut will have rain on Thanksgiving Day, according to meteorologist Brad Field, who relayed the details in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo. The rain will actually usher in above normal temperatures through the holiday weekend, according to Field.
Enjoy the changes, Field notes, because the weather will make a dramatic turn on Dec. 1, when Connecticut and the region can expect substantial rainfall. The rain will serve as a prelude to a shift in the weather pattern. How that will impact the state’s weather is detailed by Field in the podcast.
Look for some mild temperatures for Friday, Nov. 20 and Saturday, Nov. 21, before our weather gives way to a cold rain late Sunday, according to meteorologist Brad Field.
In their weekly podcast, Field and co-host Dan Lovallo explain what their podcast plans are for the upcoming Thanksgiving week. They also discuss another avenue they will pursue to get the word out on Brad’s long range winter forecast, which was released last month.
As for Connecticut’s recent up-and-down weather patterns – mild, followed by storms and sub-freezing temperatures – Field talks about how the entire world’s weather has an impact on our region’s weather climate.
Connecticut faces a big weather change, according to meteorologist Brad Field. After a stretch of 70-degree days, unusual for November, the state and region are about to be slapped with a big reality check, notes Field in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo.
A cold front, sweeping across the state, has brought rain and a temperature dip. And Field says it is only going to get colder. There will be some moderating temperatures by Thanksgiving Day, but not before a stretch of weather that for a couple of days calls for daytime highs in the 30s, during the week of Nov. 15.
Field, who issued his long range winter forecast a couple of weeks ago, also revisits his winter prediction just a bit, after consulting with the latest resources on the subject. All this and more are in the podcast.
Unseasonably mild weather is infiltrating Connecticut and the region, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field explains what is behind the change in the weather and how long these mild temperatures will be around. The podcast begins with the weather for Nov. 6, 2020.
Field also takes a long range look into the rest of November, including what our weather might be like for Thanksgiving.
What will the winter weather be like for 2020-21? As our clocks change and thoughts turn to the winter season, meteorologist Brad Field issues his long range forecast for the winter of 2020-21. He particularly focuses on Connecticut and the region. Field’s winter prediction has always been eagerly anticipated by his followers and this season is no exception.
Several factors are at play, Field explains in the podcast, including ocean temperatures in the Pacific. Field also compares his long range outlook with what others are forecasting for the upcoming winter.
Snow and a winter mix are part of Connecticut’s immediate forecast, according to meteorologist Brad Field, in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo. As the state and region get pummeled with rain, thanks to the remnants of Hurricane Zeta, an Arctic cold front will collide with the storm, setting up an interesting commute for Friday morning, Oct. 30, according to Field.
Our weather will feel like a roller coaster ride for the next few days with everything from subfreezing to sixty-degree temperatures. Field will map it all out.
Brad’s winter forecast
While our temperatures will moderate, it is not too early to begin thinking about winter. In this podcast, Brad also issues his eagerly, anticipated winter forecast for the 2020-21 season. He also outlines how he came by his long range prediction.
Enjoy the unseasonably, mild weather on Oct. 22 through 24, because it is about to change in Connecticut, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field outlines the dramatic weather turn that earmarks the future.
The weather pattern for the state will undergo a noticeable change by Oct. 25, after an extended period of moderating temperatures. Gone will be the 70-degree days, replaced by more seasonable temperatures and some much needed rain.
Field outlines it all, while also reminding his podcast audience that on Oct. 29, he will be releasing his always popular long range winter forecast.
Connecticut is in store for some much needed rain with a Friday drencher, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field predicts that a substantial amount of rainfall will hit the region from Oct. 16 into Oct. 17, with heavy, overnight rain highlighting the soaker.
Where is the storm coming from and what follows the heavy rain are all discussed in the podcast. The co-hosts also discuss what the weather will probably produce over the second-half of October into November. As for the reduced amount of day light, that has major impact on our weather too, as Field and Lovallo discuss.
Enjoy the weather on Oct. 10, because it will make a dramatic turn in Connecticut, before the holiday weekend is completed, according to meteorologist Brad Field. Temperatures for Oct. 10 will soar into the 70s, but in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field notes that remnants of Hurricane Delta will bring a meaningful rainfall to Connecticut on Oct. 12 into Oct. 13.
Field times out Monday’s storm and then details the remainder of the week’s weather, including a dramatic change by Oct. 17. The rest of the month’s weather outlook is also examined by Field, as well as what is going on in the tropics.