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2 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

Wasn’t it supposed to be a harsh cold shot in SNE Friday with 50’s  by day and freeze at night? Ryan has  66/44 for Friday 

Nobody had freezes across CT Friday;  there will be upper 50's for highs across most of elevated CT... Ryan's number likely reflects the highs for metro areas as well as I-91 corridor...

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Just now, FXWX said:

Nobody had freezes across CT Friday;  there will be upper 50's for highs across most of elevated CT... Ryan's number likely reflects the highs for metro areas as well as I-91 corridor...

He knows exactly what/where Ryan’s forecast is aimed at, ha.

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4 minutes ago, FXWX said:

Nobody had freezes across CT Friday;  there will be upper 50's for highs across most of elevated CT... Ryan's number likely reflects the highs for metro areas as well as I-91 corridor...

There was definitely talk in this forum of frosts and freezes in SNE on Friday / Saturday . I even made a post saying it would  never freeze on hilltops . No biggie . Looking forward to moving on from this endless summer now into autumn 

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2 minutes ago, HIPPYVALLEY said:

Up to 1.2” from three separate downpours today.  That’s close to 6” rain here since September 6.   Impressive since there were lots of sunny, dry days in between.

Steinin here for the month. Luckily enough for vegetation.

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18 minutes ago, Damage In Tolland said:

If 66 and sun is chilly to you . You are showing your age . That’s shorts with a light pullover in the shade 

Be a stretch for you to hit 66F at your house on Friday given how it looks right now.

I’d think low 60s at best, 40s at night.  It could be enough for some to see the heat come on.

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2 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

He’ll be lucky to hit 56 as wife yells at him to take ACs out.

Still could moderate for sure, but Ryan is just being a good MET and not going wild on a Day 5.  Mid-60s in the valleys gets the point across after today.  Highs will be lower than todays dew points in CT.

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8 minutes ago, powderfreak said:

Still could moderate for sure, but Ryan is just being a good MET and not going wild on a Day 5.  Mid-60s in the valleys gets the point across after today.  Highs will be lower than todays dew points in CT.

Somehow he is pretending he’s 800’ lower. 

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14 minutes ago, CT Valley Snowman said:

Box is only 61 here in the valley on Friday.   

Upton has 64 for HVN and a -5 departure Fri after near record heat that comes right back..

Temperatures ahead of the front will be 5 to near 10 degrees above normal, and around 5 below normal Thursday night into Friday behind the front. However, at this time no temperature records are expected to be broken. CAPE and instability will be mostly elevated Wednesday night and Thursday, with CAPE peaking 500-1000 J/kg. Forcing will be moderate. Therefore, used isolated thunder coverage.

High pressure dominates into Sunday, moving offshore with a return flow setting up and temperatures returning to above normal.

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