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Headlines For Monday, January 28

January 28, 2019

 Above: NWS snowfall forecast. (Click to enlarge).



  • Flurries possible Tuesday morning, with light snow developing in the afternoon. 

  • Precipitation changes to rain from south to north during the afternoon & evening.  Precipitation remains mostly or all snow north & west of Torrington, CT.

  • Accumulations of a coating to an inch or two, except 3" or more north & west of Torrington.

  • Some slick spots out there late Tuesday, Tuesday night & Wednesday.

  • Arctic cold front arrives Wednesday afternoon, with a flurry or snow squall, followed by a gusty wind & temps plummeting into the single numbers above & below 0 Wednesday night.

  • Windy & cold Thursday with highs 5-15.

  • Cold Friday & Saturday.  Moderating temps Sunday.



Below: GFS FV3 surface temperature anomaly forecast for Wednesday night shows a bitter, Arctic airmass across the northern plains, midwest & northeast. (Click to enlarge).




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