The first weekend of 2020 could bring a winter storm to Connecticut on Saturday night into Sunday.

Stormy Saturday on tap

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A stormy Saturday night into Sunday morning is on tap for Connecticut, according to meteorologist Brad Field. How much snow we get, depends on the track of the storm, Field told co-host Dan Lovallo. Right now, according to Field, there are two computer models dueling over which track the storm will take. The weather might also have an effect on the New England Patriots-Tennessee Titans NFL playoff game.

In his latest weather podcast, Field also reviews the figures for the month of December, while looking ahead as to what we can expect from our January weather. Field and Lovallo also get into an interesting discussion about how elevation impacts the weather, as evidenced by the ice storm that struck Connecticut on Monday, Dec. 30.

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