High Pressure to Potential Downpours

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By Stephen Gode on December 20, 2012, 4:39pm Last modified: December 21, 2012, 8:55am

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The picture above is the radar imagery at about 20 UTC (3 pm). The mature storm has a classic comma shape.

The weather is fairly seasonable today with high pressure influencing Connecticut, certainly the earlier part of the day. The morning was generally in the mid to upper 20’s and the highs today are a bit mild around 40 to the mid 40’s near the coast of Connecticut. Throughout the day, there have been increasing high clouds out in front of our next system as high pressure propagates eastward. The clouds will steadily lower and thicken into the evening.

Climatologically for November 6, 2012,Bridgeport’s average high temperature is 41 and normal low is 27. The city of Hartford’s normal high for today is 38 and the normal low is 22. 

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