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Monday, March 7, 2011

Dry For Two Days...More Rain Late-Week

While most rivers/streams slowly recede, the Connecticut River will crest today with additional minor flooding forecast. The next two days will be dry with sunshine, some high clouds and temperatures in the low 40s. High pressure moves over southern New England tomorrow keeping the weather quiet with clouds increasing late. Our next storm arrives Wednesday night into Thursday bringing a brief wintry mix changing to heavy rain. Flooding issues could redevelop with 1”-3” of new rain possible.

Check out some of these rainfall totals!
AVON: 4.35"
EAST HARTFORD: 4.06"
NORTH GRANBY: 3.85"
1 WNW WINDSOR LOCKS: 3.61"
SOUTHINGTON: 3.59"
CANTON: 3.58"
ENFIELD: 3.5"
BURLINGTON: 3.45
2 SW GRANBY: 3.39"
SIMSBURY: 3.19"
WETHERSFIELD: 3.02"
SOUTH WINDSOR: 3"
3 SE HARTFORD: 2.71"
MANCHESTER: 2.28"
DANBURY: 4.43"
3 SSE BROOKFIELD: 4.2"
SHELTON: 2.6"
NORWALK: 2.1"
BRIDGEPORT AIRPORT: 1.51"
HADDAM: 3.8"
DEEP RIVER: 3.42"
BETHANY: 2.95"
SOUTHBURY: 2.74"
MERIDEN: 2.56"
NORTH HAVEN: 2.02"
NEW HAVEN: 1.16"
TORRINGTON: 4.19"

1 comment:

Dresden said...

Wow, those are some crazy totals. This is the first time in over 2 months where the grass in my front yard is showing.