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From Snow to Rain, What's Going on Now?

Between the weather averaging well below freezing, and considerable amounts of snow being dumped across the state. To heavy rain, and unseasonably warm weather later on in the week, Can Connecticut just make up its mind for once?By Preston Hazard
December 6th, 20195:00 pm EST
  So, our December starts out with days topping off at unseasonably low temperatures, then dropping off a substantial amount of snow across the state. A little extream, but nothing necessarily out of the ordinary for late fall/winter time in Connecticut. But this is where it starts to get weird. As early as Monday of next week, we could top off at nearly sixty degrees in Hartford. 
  Granted that should only last two days before it becomes more "wintery" with the possibility of snow on Wednesday. I know I'll be enjoying a much-needed reprieve from the "sub-zero" temperature.

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Lewis Mills to Hold Annual Bonfire

Picture courtesy of the Lewis Mills Football team

By Preston Hazard
November 19th, 2019
3:45 pm EST

As we all know, the Lewis Mills Football season is coming to a close. The team will be playing their final game against Capital Preparatory Magnet School, away at Dillon Stadium. But before the season is over, the team will be putting on their annual Community Bonfire. The event will be held at Foote Road in Burlington Ct, and the whole event will be sponsored by the Burlington Lions Club. The weather should be in the mid to upper 30s, so be sure to bring a light jacket.
Here's what the team said about the event on their official twitter:


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