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Expect remnants of "Fay" to hit Connecticut late Friday, July 10 into Saturday, July 11. The state could get more than one inch of rain. Warm and humid temperatures will give way to a brief respite, before the hottest weather of the summer infiltrates the Nutmeg State, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his weekly podcast with Dan Lovallo.

Expect remnants of "Fay" to hit Connecticut late Friday, July 10 into Saturday, July 11. The state could get more than one inch of rain. Warm and humid temperatures will give way to a brief respite, before the hottest weather of the summer infiltrates the Nutmeg State, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his weekly podcast with Dan Lovallo.

Location:

Torrington, Connecticut

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Expect remnants of "Fay" to hit Connecticut late Friday, July 10 into Saturday, July 11. The state could get more than one inch of rain. Warm and humid temperatures will give way to a brief respite, before the hottest weather of the summer infiltrates the Nutmeg State, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his weekly podcast with Dan Lovallo.

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@BradFieldWx

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English

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Episodes

4th of July should be nice

7/2/2020
Don't let rain on Friday, July 3 fool you says meteorologist Brad Field in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo. After a murky start to Saturday, July 4, the Independence Day weather forecast improves for Connecticut residents and the region.

Duration:00:25:01

Weekend rain possible

6/26/2020
Much-needed rain is possible in Connecticut for the June 27-28 weekend, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field notes that the dry spell in the region could be interrupted by storms on Saturday and Sunday, making for a weekend of contrasts in the weather.

Duration:00:28:17

Summer weather arrives

6/18/2020
Right on time. With the arrival of summer on June 20, summer weather will be making a major impact on Connecticut and the region, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field details how long the weather will be trending in this direction.

Duration:00:35:34

Weather spectacular ahead

6/12/2020
Connecticut and the region can expect spectacular weather from June 12, 2020 well into the following week, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo. Field also talks about what to expect from the weather, when summer arrives June 20.

Duration:00:36:49

Pleasant weather ahead; remembering D-Day

6/5/2020
After a murky start to the weekend, Connecticut will be facing a pleasant stretch of weather, according to meteorologist Brad Field. On the 76th anniversary of D-Day, Field and podcast co-host Dan Lovallo also talk about the impact of weather on the D-Day invasion.

Duration:00:27:15

Transition portends delight

5/29/2020
A transition in Connecticut's weather from May 29 to May 30 with set up a delightful stretch of weather, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo.

Duration:00:19:16

Memorial Day prelude to warm up

5/22/2020
The Memorial Day weekend will feature rain and cool weather for Connecticut but by Memorial Day temperatures should reach the 70s. That will serve as a prelude to a warm up, before our weather transitions yet again, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his weekly podcast with Dan Lovallo. The co-hosts also talk about the meaning of Memorial Day, during the podcast.

Duration:00:38:58

Latest weather portends spring

5/14/2020
Storms, warm temperatures, tropical-like rain, cool temperatures and then a spring warm-up are all port of the latest weather forecast for Connecticut, leading up to the Memorial Day weekend. Connecticut and the region will receive a variety of weather elements, starting with Thursday night, May 14, according to meteorologist Brad Field, who detailed the outlook in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo.

Duration:00:35:24

May snow on horizon

5/7/2020
A May snowfall? That is what is on tap for portions of Connecticut, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his latest podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo. Some areas could get up to and even more than an inch of snow on May 8 into May 9. Field also explains why the weather continues to be unseasonably cold.

Duration:00:32:31

Sunday is spectacular, but...

4/30/2020
The weather for Connecticut on Sunday, May 3, will be spectacular, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his latest podcast. However, computer models show a below-normal weather trend continuing well into May, Field told his audience and co-host Dan Lovallo.

Duration:00:31:02

No April spring

4/23/2020
It is beginning to look more and more as if springtime weather in Connecticut will be only a dream. In their latest Brad Field weather podcast, meteorologist Brad Field and co-host Dan Lovallo talk about the unseasonably cold April and what is ahead into May for Connecticut and the region.

Duration:00:24:35

April snowstorm on tap

4/17/2020
A mid-April snowstorm will strike portions of Connecticut on April 17 into April 18, according to meteorologist Brad Field. Some areas of the state could receive up to five inches of snow, Field reports, in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo.

Duration:00:15:07

April cold and maybe snow?

4/10/2020
A mild but cloudy Easter is on the horizon for Connecticut and the region but a mild and rainy Monday will serve as a prelude to more cold weather, according to meteorologist Brad Field in his latest podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo. There is even the chance of substantial snowfall.

Duration:00:22:46

Nice weather follows storm

4/2/2020
Following a nasty weather-Friday on April 3, the weather in Connecticut and New England will turn nice, according to meteorologist Brad Field. Monday, April 6, could be the pick of the week, with a mild spring day on tap, according to Field, in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo.

Duration:00:29:07

Cold rain on the horizon

3/27/2020
Look for a cold Sunday, March 29 in Connecticut and the region, according to meteorologist Brad Field. Saturday, March 28, looks to be the better of the two days. The weather remains unsettled into next week, according to Field, in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo.

Duration:00:22:32

Winter returns

3/23/2020
As the first full week of spring gets underway, winter is returning to Connecticut. Most portions of the state will get some snow over the next 12 to 18 hours, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field also states that the northwest hills of Connecticut could get from 3 to 5 inches of snow on grassy surfaces and slush on the roadways.

Duration:00:14:40

Is snow in spring's step

3/20/2020
Spring has arrived but Connecticut could be facing two storms in the next 10 days that could bring snow. Meteorologist Brad Field, in his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, details what is on the weather map and why snow could impact the state and region.

Duration:00:17:05

Weather docile. Brad Field remembers

3/11/2020
Weather across Connecticut will remain more like early spring, than the waning days of winter, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field also looks back at his career and the events which led to his hiring by NBC Connecticut.

Duration:00:25:17

Early spring arrival?

3/6/2020
After some rain and maybe snow in some regions around New England, spring could make an early arrival with splendid weather on Sunday and Monday, according meteorologist Brad Field. In fact, for Connecticut, Field tells podcast co-host Dan Lovallo, the weather could be fantastic.

Duration:00:26:14

Could March enter with a roar?

2/26/2020
March 2020 arrives on Sunday and Connecticut's winter with little snow continues. In his latest podcast, meteorologist Brad Field looks back at some famous February winter snowstorms with co-host Dan Lovallo. He also notes that February 2020 has brought less than an inch of snow to the area. However, March could be a different story. Field points out that the first full weekend of March could pack a wallop.

Duration:00:29:11