Hartford Connecticut Weather

This holiday season, the Connecticut DOT is warning of "deadly driving" and "COVID" on Connecticut roads. Data shows COVID will make our roads more dangerous by 2020, according to the US Department of Transportation's (DOT) annual report.

Since 2010, you can pick every year, but the following are the storms that have hit the region, according to the National Weather Service.

Based on the tourism score, the best time of year to visit Hartford for a weekend trip to New York, New Jersey or Connecticut is mid-June to mid-September. Based on that score, the worst time to visit Hartford in the last 10 years was mid-June through mid-September. Based on these tourist numbers, the most dangerous times of the year for visits to Hartford were determined from mid-July to early August.

The first spring blooms in Hartford will appear in mid-to-late March, with the first blooms in late April, early May and early June, based on the daily growth rate alone. Thursday will be the last day of spring for most of the state with high pressure over northern Maine, and temperatures will reach the 70s in most areas with pleasant humidity. Light rain and snow will continue into the early hours of Friday, but the storm system will weaken by late afternoon or early evening along with a few inches of snow. Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (7 November).

The precipitation value, which is based on three hours of precipitation concentrated on the given hour, falls linearly and amounts to 10% precipitation. The dew point will be 34 degrees Celsius (1 degree Celsius), with a high pressure system over northern Maine and a low pressure system over southern Maine.

Many long-term stations have observed rainfall totals in November that are among the three highest on record, including a record high of 9.5 inches in New Haven on November 14 and an all-time record of 10.4 inches on December 1 in Hartford. The National Weather Service says snow totals in Connecticut were between 16 and 18 inches, with the highest snow totals recorded at 16 inches for the month of November. Some parts of Connecticut saw accumulations of 18 inches or more over the same period, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center in St. Louis.

In the summer months, the average temperature in New Haven, Connecticut's largest city, is low 70 ° C. By comparison, Connecticut has only two other cities with higher average temperatures: Naples, Italy, and Newhaven, CT, both at the same latitude. Connecticut is on the eastern edge of the Atlantic Ocean, about 70 miles south of Naples.

The average high is 50-55 degrees, the average low is 35 degrees, with lows overnight in the 30s. Based on this value, the best time of year to visit Hartford during the summer months is from early July to late August. Leaves begin to change in northern and central parts of Connecticut in mid-October, but they don't change until late October and early November. Some areas in Connecticut will get colder in late November and then again in early December. But the leaves change from late December to early January in New Haven.

Most snowstorms in Connecticut usually bring accumulations of 5 to 8 inches, but in 5 to 10 years, a severe snowstorm can drop 12 to 18 inches of snow. The Connecticut coast along the I-95 corridor gets rain while snow falls inland, and as such Hartford and northern Connecticut get slightly more rain than the rest of the state and slightly less snow than New Haven. In some parts of Hartford, dust or snow can occur during the winter months and in the spring and summer months.

In Hartford, the summer is warm, the winter is very cold and the year round it is partly cloudy - round, but the sky is cloudy and will shake in the late afternoon and early evening in the summer months. In New Haven, the sky is mostly cloudy - except for a few bright, sunny days.

Snow fell on the south coast of Connecticut on December 1, but it is very rare for it to fall so early. The snowfall of the day in Hartford left only an inch of snow on the ground. Hurricane Carol was one of the few times Connecticut was hit by a major hurricane. On December 2, 1961, the outer edge of a hurricane made its first landfall in the far southeast of Connecticut since its impact on December 3, 1962.

Alfred's heavy, wet snow caused record outages in Connecticut, and Blizzard Charlotte dumped more than 40 inches of snow across the state. In mid-January 2020, a winter storm brought snow and ice to the West, Midwest and Northeast. The Twin Cities subway station was the direct hit of the storm, with heavy snowfall in Belle Plaine, which is southwest of that subway station, leading to reports of up to 12 inches in some states, according to a National Weather Service report.

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