Monthly Archive: March 2015

April 2015 Tornado Forecast

After a very persistent pattern through much of the winter, featuring a large ridge across the West Coast of the U.S. and troughing in the East, the pattern is undergoing changes. After record low...

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Snowfall: Mar. 20-21, 2015

Snow developed during the afternoon on March 20th across Connecticut. Snow overspread the state, but the snow was heaviest across southwestern sections. The snow continued overnight as low pressure developed east of New Jersey....

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Violent Tornadoes: 1962-2011

Over a 50-year span from 1962 to 2011, the most violent (F/EF-4 and F/EF-5) tornadoes occurred over Oklahoma and Mississippi. The maximum grid-points reported 16 over that period, with two of those grid-points in...

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Snowfall: Mar. 4-5, 2015

Light rain developed during the evening hours on March 4th. As colder air moved in from the northwest, rain changed to snow overnight. By the pre-dawn hours on March 5th, steady snow was falling...

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Snowfall: Mar. 1-2, 2015

Periods of light snow developed across Connecticut between late morning and early afternoon on March 1st. The snow became moderate to briefly heavy at times during the evening hours. Snow tapered off across northwestern...

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March 1-2 Snowfall Forecast

Periods of light snow and flurries will continue through early Sunday afternoon on March 1st. A more organized area of steady moderate to occasionally heavy snow should develop across Connecticut between 3 p.m. and...

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