The tornado of 1989

Summer stretch and remembering ’89 tornado

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We are in for a typical summer stretch of weather, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his latest podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field reviews the immediate forecast and discusses the storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico.

By next week, it could get downright sultry in Connecticut and most of the nation, according to Field.

It also is the 30th anniversary of the 1989 tornado, that carved out a swath through western Connecticut. Field and Lovallo recall that weather event and also look back at the summer that wasn’t in Connecticut.

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