Don't put the snow shovels away, notes meteorologist Brad Field.

Is winter over?

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Two months into winter and there are no immediate signs of a major snowstorm for Connecticut or the region. In fact, there are not even any signs of snow, although there could be an outside shot of some snowflakes on Wednesday night, Feb. 26 into Thursday, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field’s advice is to not put the snow shovels away just yet.

Field explains why the weather could turn cold after a mostly mild last week of February and why he is not giving up on winter. He also talks about an interesting poll he conducted on his Facebook fan page.

In the podcast, Field also discusses why a mild month of March in Alaska could have an impact on Connecticut’s weather.

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