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Tuesday, March 25, 2014


A massive coastal developing tonight will remain too far east to feel significant impacts here in Connecticut. While Cape Cod will get blizzard conditions with gusts to hurricane force, Connecticut will get some light snow showers/flurries and a few gusts to 30 or 40 miles an hour. Saying that we’re dodging a bullet would be a major understatement. This storm will turn into the equivalent of a winter hurricane with wave heights up to 40 feet. But the storm will impact fish more than anyone else.

Tonight: Light snow/flurries developing after midnight. Little or no accumulation for most of the state with up to an inch in far eastern Connecticut. Low: 20s.

Tomorrow: An early flurry in spots followed by some clearing. Windy with gusts up to 40 miles an hour. High temperatures in the mid to upper 30s.

Thursday: A mix of sunshine and high clouds. Remaining cooler than average. High temperatures in the lower 40s to middle 40s.

Friday: Mostly cloudy and milder with the chance for a shower or two. High temperatures in the lower 50s.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy with rain developing in the afternoon, coming down heavy at times through the evening. High temperatures in the lower to middle 50s.

Sunday: Rain continues through midday. Cooler than recent days with some clearing late in the day. High temperatures in the upper 40s.

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