Snow could be part of Connecticut Nor'easter April 15 to 16.

Connecticut could get spring snow

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Snow could fall on Connecticut on April 15 into April 16, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In some areas of the state the snow could accumulate, Field notes in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo. How much snow? Will it be plowable? Field runs down the hour-by-hour details of Connecticut’s spring Nor’easter.

What causes a low pressure system and how are normal temperatures calculated are among the questions Field answers in the podcast, along with what the area weather will be like, following the 24-to-36 hour storm period.

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