Labor Day weekend in Connecticut will bring spectacular weather.

Connecticut Labor Day weather a winner

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Connecticut’s Labor Day weekend weather will be a winner, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo. Field said that after steamy air moves out of the region on Sep. 3, dry air will move in, setting up warm days and cool night with low humidity.

The tropics have not calmed down, Field noted in the podcast. In fact, the week of Sep. 6 will mark the high point of the hurricane season and there is some activity brewing in the southern Atlantic Ocean. What are the chances Connecticut and New England could be impacted with a hurricane or tropical storm, before hurricane season ends? Field and Lovallo discuss the odds in the podcast.

When you get to this time of year, it’s not too late to begin thinking about winter, and the co-hosts have some fun talking about the differences in the long-range forecast by the Old Farmer’s Almanac and the Farmer’s Almanac.

September’s weather outlook and the beginning of meteorological autumn are also examined.

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