Connecticut Moves Halloween

October 28, 2011 by staff 

Connecticut Moves HalloweenConnecticut Moves Halloween, A very active weather pattern will continue in much of the nation over the next five days, a series of storms march across the country.

The first such system to affect our region will be a warm front Wednesday morning with scattered showers. There will be a pause in action during the midday hours after the front passes through the region, followed by another round of showers, a cold front this afternoon.

Low pressure is delivering Denver, Colorado, a major snow event will continue today in the cold front south of New England and tomorrow night on Thursday with a lot of cold rain changing to snow.

That’s right folks, our first snowfall of the season can give Connecticut north end anywhere in a layer an inch or two, especially on grass surfaces.

This system quickly leave the area Friday morning, followed by high pressure and sunshine. This high pressure will have an important role in our climate during the weekend up-coming Halloween.

If high pressure over New England based and escalates, then a coastal low will move towards the sea and southern parts of New England a major snowstorm. However, if the high is weaker and stays to our north, the low will move to the coast and inland areas to the northeast through the first snowfall of the season.

Stay tuned to FOX CT this week for more details on this winter prognosis.

Today: Mostly cloudy, chance of a shower scattered. Highs in the 50′s. Wind: S 5-10 mph-NW.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy with light rain developing after midnight. 40 years minimum.

Thursday: The cold rain, changing to wet snow in the afternoon. Only about 40 maximum.

Thursday night: Rain / snow ending after midnight. Low: 28-33.

Friday: Watch for icy spots early, otherwise mostly sunny and cold. Highs only in the 40′s.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy. Maximum 40 years.

Sunday: Partly sunny. With a high near 50.

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