FIRST SNOW, NOW ICY ROADS AND SIDEWALKS TO DEAL WITH
As the snow moves on, we still have to deal with freezing temperatures and liquid that coats the ground turning into ice. FB and Twitter @erikamartinwx -Erika
SNOW, SCHOOLS LET OUT EARLY(?), AND COMMUTE HEADACHES!
A look at weather models I've been studying that are leading me to believe that we could see schools letting out early tomorrow. I see no issue with the early morning ride to school. but the snow picks...
SNOW STARTS EARLY, WILL SCHOOLS DELAY OR CLOSE EARLY?
Tracking another round of hazardous commutes across the state!Cold front moves through overnight and snow is soon to follow. Looks like your early AM commute will be fine, but snow will already start to...
WINTER WEATHER: SAFETY AWARENESS!
Officer Liz of the Yale University Police Department stops by Wxedge to discuss how being aware of your surroundings during wintry weather is wise...Slick sidewalks and ski masks are two things to be mindful...
WEATHER: CT HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS!
Sportzedge EP Kels Dayton returns to discuss how the football fields could remain soggy and slick for the games tomorrow! -Erika
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY: RAIN GIVES WAY TO WINTRY MIX
Wintry weather type of overnight, as a cold front sweeps through and rain changes over to freezing rain, sleet, and some snow for the interior region of the state. Snow is likely to accumulate farther...
DENSE FOG, WARM NIGHT, COLD FRONT, AND RAIN
DENSE FOG ADVISORY Visibility will be an issue overnight... -Erika
DECEMBER WARM-UP ENDS THIS WEEKEND!
A December warm-up in the works, so get ready for a VERY warm Thursday! Though we will see some light AM spot showers and plenty of clouds, as the weather pattern across the state gets a bit...
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: COULD THE WINTRY MIX AFFECT THE GAMES?
As a cold front moves through and threatens the state with a rain/snow mix and even some light snow accumulation, Kels gives us his insight into how this weather change could affect the game. -Erika
FROM UPPER 50'S TO SNOW, EARLY NEXT WEEK
Unseasonably warm conditions give way to colder temperatures, freezing rain, sleet, and snow early next week! -Erika