Ice could impact storm

Field says ice could impact snowstorm

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Ice could be a major factor in the upcoming snowstorm expected to impact the region Saturday night into Sunday, according to meteorologist Brad Field.

In his latest podcast, Field discusses with Dan Lovallo how atmospheric conditions could lead to ice on top of the snowfall – expected to reach 10 inches or more in some portions of Connecticut. Throw in bone-chilling temperatures and 30 MPH winds in the storm’s aftermath and you have the recipe for power outages across Connecticut.

And if you’re hoping for moderating temperatures later in the week, well don’t count on that either. Field details it all, while also providing a weather outlook for Sunday’s AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and Chiefs in Kansas City.

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