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1 Dec 2010
Below is a diagram of the current NAO and it is negative! wink.gif
But the long term shows it going positive and that is favorable for a nice little minor "thaw". People are saying that the La Nina pattern is doing this. Well, on my site at http://wxmedia.blogspot.com/p/winter-weather.html I am calling for a nice snow season inland. But due to the warmer water temps, the coastline will see some less snow. That is the only part of the La Nina that will effect us mainly. Now, as the NAO is still negative it is forecasted to be negative until the middle of the month and then go positive once again.

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30 Nov 2010
I wouldn't really consider it a real "Hurricane Season" for many reasons. One reason is because the hardest hitting storm was Hermine when it slammed through Texas causing tornado watches and warnings to go into effect. But the one that was really interesting to watch was Earl. This caused so much confusion up and down the east coast, where the impacts were going to be and where it made landfall. Especially for New England. Most people were puzzled as to where it would go but eventually hit Nantucket and the islands and gave them some nice sized winds. Igor was also one of the major storms that we were questioning is to where it would go. Here were some other interesting ones...


10 Nov 2010
Next couple of days we will be seeing some mainly sunny weather with temperatures in the 40s and the 50s. And some towns could even go above and beyond the 60 mark. Mainly dry all week and weekend with a storm system rolling in Tuesday into Wednesday. Whats going on where you are? wink.gif
7 Sep 2010
Talk about Connecticut weather!! Pictures and discussions are welcome. Also post current conditions are welcome!!

Have fun posting and enjoy!!

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