Monthly Archive: February 2015

Snowfall: Feb. 21-22, 2015

Areas of weak low pressure moved through the Ohio Valley along a frontal boundary on February 21st and periods of light snow moved into Connecticut during the afternoon. The snow gradually became moderate to...

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Snowfall: Feb. 17, 2015

Periods of light snow and flurries impacted Connecticut on the morning of February 17th, 2015. An area of locally heavier snow fell across southeastern Connecticut from mid to late morning. The snow ended during...

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Snowfall: Feb. 14-15, 2015

As low pressure moved east from the Great Lakes, some modest warm advection light snow developed around Connecticut during the morning and afternoon on February 14th. The snow was intermittent and amounts were generally...

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Weekend Snowfall Forecast

Periods of light snow are likely through much of Saturday, although accumulations should be limited to an inch or two, at best, during the daylight hours. Saturday night through Sunday morning, a few bursts...

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Snowfall: Feb. 7-9, 2015

This event was spread out over three days as low pressure passed along a frontal boundary, draped from the Ohio Valley into southern New England. On the first day, Saturday, February 7th, occasional flurries...

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Snowfall: February 7-9, 2015

Scattered flurries and areas of light snow are expected through Sunday, but a steadier and heavier snow develops after midnight. The heaviest snow is likely across Massachusetts with lighter precipitation to the south and...

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Snowfall: Feb. 1-2, 2015

Occasional flurries developed on Sunday, February 1st across Connecticut. A steadier snow moved in after midnight with some moderate to heavy snow during the morning hours on February 1st. By 7 to 8 a.m.,...

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February 2nd Snow/Ice Forecast

There have been no major changes to the previous forecast. Snow will become steadier through the pre-dawn hours with a period of heavy snow from about 4 to 7 a.m. After that, sleet will...

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