3 of the Most Devastating Snow Storms That Rocked Connecticut
When will Connecticut experience its first heavy snowfall of 2023? According to the Farmer's Almanac, heavy snow is predicted from the 16th - the 19th of January, stating that "Heavy snow (6 plus inches) for New England; lighter amounts farther south. Turning much colder." In February, the Farmer's Almanac predicts a "storm will sweep in from the Midwest, bringing significant rain and wet snow; accumulation is possible over high-terrain areas."
I decided to consult with our 'Ethan, Lou, and Large Dave Morning Show' meteorologist, Jack Drake, about his prediction for a possible large-scale winter event in Connecticut. Here is what he told me:
There appears to be a window where the pattern will be favorable for cold and snow from mid January into February. That deosn't necessarily guarantee a huge storm, but it certainly increases the odds for one. Many of our biggest storms come in February and March.
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