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12h: Temperature this afternoon at Hartford/Bradley Int'l Airport has reached 90 degrees.
12h: Tonight: Mostly clear skies w/patchy fog CT & W. MA. Tue: Back door cold front keeps highs in 80s, cooler E. coast.
13h: The temperature at Boston/Logan Airport reached 90 degrees at 235 pm this afternoon.
16h: Hurricane Carol struck New England 61 years ago today as a destructive Category 3 Hurricane.
21h: A great sunrise across SNE this AM. This is thanks to the high level cirrus clouds & some lingering smoke. Enjoy!
24h: Hot and humid today. Cooler along the coast Tue.
Aug 30: [630 pm] Thunderstorm with brief heavy rain will affect the northern suburbs of Hartford through 7 pm.
Aug 30: [615 pm] Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms moving across Northern CT. Should weaken with sunset.
Aug 30: 60 day rainfall deficits averaging 1 to 4 inches below normal. Little if any rainfall expected through next weekend.
Aug 30: [2 pm] Some clouds have moved into the region, but it was still partly sunny with temperatures mainly in the 80s.
Aug 30: MT : 1st in history: 3 major hurricanes at once in Pacific E of Int'l Dateline- Kilo; Ignacio; & Jimena.
Aug 30: Track accuracy of Tropical systems in the Atlantic has improved considerably since 1970. Check out this graphic.
Aug 30: RT : Coastal residents urged to be prepared for hurricane season via
Aug 30: Sunday AM Briefing: More clouds than sun today but warm. Stray sprinkle/shower possible but most places stay dry.
Aug 30: Tropical Storm Fred forms over far eastern Atlantic RT : Tropical Storm advisory 2 issued.
Aug 29: It was a beautiful afternoon with comfortable humidity. High temps were 83 in Hartford and Providence, 82 in Boston, and 75 in Worcester.
Aug 29: Mainly dry weather with very warm/hot temps much of next week. How about an early look into the Holiday Weekend?
Aug 29: MT : Beautiful sunrise over Boston Harbor Sat as the enters port.
Aug 29: MT : Satellite loop of Katrina's landfall in LA & MS 8/29/05. The eye was nearly 60 mi wide.
Aug 29: Everyone's remembering Katrina MT : We've made advances in our study of hurricanes. More:

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