New London Connecticut Weather
New York experienced the heaviest snowfall of the year as a storm battered the Northeast on Wednesday and Thursday. More than 10 inches of snow and sleet blanketed New York's Central Park this morning, exceeding the 4.5-inch mark, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The 60 inches - the biggest snowstorm in years - were warned for New Yorkers along the East Coast.
It stretched over two miles in New London and one mile in New York City, according to the National Weather Service in Hartford, Connecticut. It is located about 20 miles north of Hartford and about 30 miles south of Boston, Massachusetts.
In New London there were no major weather events such as rain, snow, thunderstorms or wind gusts. If the weather had been dry, it would have been July, September and then April, according to the National Weather Service. The growing number of days alone means that the first spring blooms in New London could have appeared as early as March, albeit only in late April or early May.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit New London, the hottest months are July, August and then June. During these months the water temperature does not drop below 20 degrees Celsius and in summer the average temperature rises to 19 degrees Celsius and in autumn to 17 degrees Celsius. In the winter months of February, March, April, May, June, July and August, it reaches 6 degrees Celsius (42.8 degrees Celsius). In summer, the average temperature rises to 18 degrees Celsius (65.5 degrees Celsius) in the spring and summer months and to 18 degrees Celsius in autumn.
To describe how pleasant the weather in New London is every year, two travel values are calculated. Based on these scores, the best time to visit New York in warm weather is mid-June to mid-September, and based on the tourism score, it is for general outdoor activities from early July to late August. The best times to visit in hot weather are mid-June and mid-September, based on the travel result, and in the summer months of July, August, September and October. Based on these values, the good time for cold weather tourist trips is from the end of July to the end of October, with the exception of early September.
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Then it starts as snow and turns into sleet or freezing rain and then back into snow. For the forecast area that includes New York City, this means that at least 6 inches of snow is expected over a 12-hour period and up to 8 inches of snow is expected over a 24-hour period, meaning a snowfall of 2 inches to 4 inches, with a maximum of 7 inches over the next 24 hours, for a total of 9 inches in an area of the city of New London and Essex, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Jersey, including New York City. That means that at the end of this forecast, no more than 6 feet of rain and snow in the area will cause a loss of about 1 / 2 inches of ice, while 8 feet or more are expected in New Haven, New Hampshire and the rest of Connecticut for an 8 inch - plus snow expected during the 24 hours.
It will remain cloudy and there could be more rain, but the rain will ease from west to east by Saturday morning. The rain will stop in the early hours of Saturday and end in New Haven, New Hampshire and the rest of Connecticut around noon before ending in New London and Essex, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Jersey.