Cold weather and snow impact Connecticut as January winds down.

Frigid weather portends snowstorm for Connecticut

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Connecticut is now in the depths of winter, according to meteorologist Brad Field. The area has been plunged into a deep freeze Jan. 29-31, serving as a harbinger of a major snowstorm expected to strike the region Feb. 1-2 Field told his audience in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo.

Wind chills could drop below zero over the weekend, as a portion of the polar vortex breaks off into Connecticut. Meanwhile, a snowstorm is expected to strike the state and region Monday into Tuesday. How much snow? Will the morning and afternoon commutes be impacted? Field runs down the gamut on these issues.

In his crystal ball segment, Field also takes a long range look into February and March weather as well.

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