2016 Long Range Weather Forecast for New Haven, CT

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Complete 2016 Long Range Weather Forecast for the Atlantic Corridor Region, November 2015 to October 2016 includes week-by-week details. Digital Download.

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NOVEMBER 2015: temperature 48° (1° above avg.); precipitation 3" (0.5" below avg.); Nov 1-2: Sunny, mild; Nov 3-8: Rainy periods, turning chilly; Nov 9-16: A few showers; mild north, cool south; Nov 17-21: Sunny, cold, then mild; Nov 22-26: Showers, then sunny, warm; Nov 27-30: Wet snow north, rain south, then sunny, cold.

DECEMBER 2015: temperature 37.5° (3° below avg. north, avg. south); precipitation 4" (1" above avg.); Dec 1-5: Snowy periods, cold north; showers, mild south; Dec 6-9: Rain and snow showers, cold; Dec 10-13: Rain to snow, then sunny, mild; Dec 14-19: Heavy snow north, showers south; Dec 20-23: Sunny, cold; Dec 24-27: Snowstorm, then sunny, cold; Dec 28-31: Rainy, mild.

Annual Weather Summary: November 2015 to October 2016

Winter will be colder and snowier than normal in the north, with near-normal temperatures and below-normal snowfall in the south. The coldest period will be in mid-January, with cold weather also occurring in late December, most of January, mid-February, and early March. Precipitation will be slightly above normal, with the snowiest periods in mid- and late December, early to mid-January, and late March.

April and May will be slightly cooler than normal, with rainfall generally below normal.

Summer will be hotter and rainier than normal, with the hottest periods in late June, mid-July, and early and late August. The greatest tropical storm and hurricane threat is from early August to mid-September.

September and October will be much warmer than normal, with above-normal rainfall.

Temperature and Precipitation November
2015 to October 2016

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