inch and a half, Meteorologist Scot Haney said ..... the only wicked weather expected to hit ..... model Sunday, Meteorologist Mike Cameron said the storm ..... our app for more weather and news. Copyright 2014 WFSB (Meredith Corporation
Connecticut on Sunday, however WFSB Meteorologists believe some towns ..... of snow, but not all," said WFSB Meteorologist Mike Cameron . Cameron said the shoreline has ..... Cameron said. Copyright 2014 WFSB (Meredith Corporation). All
moving clipper will be moving off the Atlantic Coast. Meteorologist Mike Cameron said the models all show that the clipper will move ..... highs again in the low and mid-30s. Copyright 2014 WFSB (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved.
hazard. Please be careful if you're on the roads tonight, according to meteorologist Mike Cameron . More snow showers are a possibility for tomorrow. Copyright 2014 WFSB (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved.
Winter Storm Easton, WFSB meteorologists said ..... Saturday night. A Winter weather advisory was issued ..... across the state," WFSB meteorologist Mike Cameron said. The snow started ..... inches could fall, WFSB meteorologists forecasted
winds picked up as Sunday wore on, according to WFSB meteorologist Mike Cameron . He advised residents to wear a hat and gloves when ..... technical discussion, click here . Copyright 2013 WFSB (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved.
Mike Cameron comes to WFSB with 12 years of forecasting ..... passionate about New England weather – he always had his ..... knew he wanted to be a meteorologist when he was a kid in ..... play a huge role in the weather . And he comes from ..... finally – home to WFSB . During his time away
time," according to WFSB Meteorologist Mike Cameron . The storm that is ..... Lakes. The National Weather Service has placed ..... slight risk of severe weather zone. "By the time ..... said. Copyright 2013 WFSB (Meredith Corporation
Connecticut is still on track for experiencing wintry weather of all sorts Sunday and Monday morning, possibly ..... about a hundred miles from impacting the state. Meteorologist Mike Cameron has been tracking the storm all weekend. "We originally