What is the Weather for April in CT?

What is the Weather for April in CT?

April Weather in Hartford Connecticut, United States. Daily high temperatures increase by 12°F, from 54°F to 66°F, rarely falling below 42°F or exceeding 78°F. Daily low temperatures increase by 10°F, from 36°F to 46°F, rarely falling below 27°F or exceeding 55°F.

Is there a storm in Connecticut?

There is currently no severe weather.

What month does it get warm in CT?

Hartford Temperatures: Averages by Month

High °F Low °F
61 38 April
72 48 May
80 58 June
85 63 July

Does it snow in April in CT?

While we do not come to expect snow in April, it has happened many times over. We actually get an average of 1.8 inches of snow in April, according to the NBC Connecticut First Alert meteorologists.

What is the highest temperature ever recorded in Connecticut?

106 °F

Event Measurement Date
Highest Temperature 106 °F (41 °C) 23 August 1916
15 July 1995
Lowest Temperature −32 °F (−36 °C) 16 February 1943
22 January 1961

Was there a tornado in CT?

August 27, 2020: Three tornadoes impacted the state. A brief EF-0 caused tree damage in Kent. A second brief EF-0 tornado caused tree damage along Quanopaug trail in Woodbury. A third large and moderately strong tornado impacted areas around Hamden in a 11.1 mile long path.

What is the snowiest month in Connecticut?

January is usually the coldest and snowiest month of the year with the arrival of the New Year in Connecticut. The average temperatures are in the cold zone of 12.9°F (-10.6°C) to 39°F (3.9°C), with Hartford, the capital between 18°F (-7.8°C) to 35.1°F (1.7°C).

Where was tornado in CT yesterday?

An EF-1 tornado passed through Pawcatuck and EF-0 tornadoes passed through Cheshire, Branford, and Plainfield, the NWS said. NWS officials said an EF-1 tornado, with sustained winds of up to 90 mph, started in the Pawcatuck section of Stonington and ended in Westerly, Rhode Island.

How many tornadoes has CT had?

Although historically the U.S. state of Connecticut is not typically known to fall casualty to tornadoes, more than 100 of these powerful storms have affected the state in modern history, resulting in at least 48 deaths, 780 injuries, and more than $500 million in damage.

Has there ever been a tornado in all 50 states?

Tornadoes have been documented in every U.S. state (not including the non-state territories of Guam, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and Puerto Rico) at least once since 1950, although some regions and states are hit by tornadoes far more than others.