Spring 2014 recap

By Meteorologist Mike Skurko

After a long, cold, snowy winter, it took a while for things to improve this spring.  Meteorological spring – defined as the full months of March, April, and May – finally saw our temperatures get back above normal in the end.  This March tied for fifth as the coolest March on record at Bradley International, where records date back to 1904.

As far as record go, we set one of each: one record high (May 12, 90 degrees), one record low (March 2, 0 degrees), and one record rainfall (May 1, 1.94 inches).

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