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How Much Snow Tomorrow?

Not too much.  Most places in southern New England and southeastern NY will get between a coating and 2.0″.  Parts of western MA and central New England (and possibly some of the Catskills) could get into the 2.0″-4.0″ range.  The least amount … Continue reading

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Good Start To The New Year (If You’re A Penguin)

The outlook hasn’t changed much since yesterday, but it is apparent that arctic air will be a lot more prevalent around here during the first part of January than it was during December.  High pressure continues to sprawl out across … Continue reading

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High & Dry

An enormous area of high pressure is sprawled out from the west coast of Canada to the east coast of the U.S.  The multiple centers of this high are located over British Columbia and Montana this morning.  As the high builds … Continue reading

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Nor’easter Update

  Things are progressing pretty much on schedule.  Low clouds did take over very early today and there has been a flurry or two in a couple spots.  Parts of Long Island have seen a coating of snow today.  There … Continue reading

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The Dillio On Tuesday

High confidence: A coastal storm will develop early this week and bring precipitation (some heavy) to the region. Moderate confidence: Much of the precipitation will fall as rain across our area.  Although the airmass is fairly cold going into this … Continue reading

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Weekend Outlook

A fairly diffuse area of low pressure over the southern Plains will be tracking northeastward tonight & Saturday as high pressure centered northeast of Maine retreats.  The low will pass a little to our south & east by late Saturday/Saturday … Continue reading

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A Cold Front Approacheth

Some batches of showers/rain out there this afternoon as a cold front approaches our region from the west.  This front will sweep across the area by early this evening, ushering any lingering showers out to sea and allowing colder, drier … Continue reading

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Light Mix To Rain Tonight

Satellite imagery this morning shows northwestern portions of southern New England seeing some sun.  This may also spread a bit further east before clouds thicken up again later today.  Cold, high pressure is retreating to the northeast as a small, weak … Continue reading

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Some Light, Mixed Precipitation Tuesday Night

Enjoy the mild weather while it lasts today.  A cold front will pass across the region this afternoon and be followed by falling temperatures later today and tonight.  This front may produce a couple light showers in parts of CT (especially to … Continue reading

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Weekend Outlook (and beyond)

A very turbulent/disturbed atmosphere out there this afternoon due to cold air aloft associated with a well defined trough.  Any intervals of sun this afternoon will tend to be self-destructive and give way to clouds again.  A scattered shower is … Continue reading

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