There was a field of thought that Hartford, in the wake of their last system, would bottom out, seeing temperatures plummet on Friday and Saturday morning. Instead, a weak clipper that snuck out of the Great Lakes into New England. Most of the snow was snatched up by the Catskills or funneled down the Hudson Valley, and ahead of it, southerly flow spilled in starting around mid-afternoon on Friday. This warming flow kept temperatures from tanking too far, and allowed for a nice warm up on Saturday. Accuweather, who wasn’t all doom and gloom for this forecast, netted the top forecast for the day.
Actuals: Friday – High 26, Low 10
Saturday – High 37, Low 10