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  • [SKYWARN_Announce] Storm/Severe Weather Coordination Message #1

    Hello to all.. ..Heavy rainfall and embedded thunderstorm activity expected Sunday Afternoon and Evening Across much of Southern New England. Urban and poor drainage flooding and possibly small river and stream flooding is the main threat. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has placed Western Connecticut in a marginal risk for severe weather with damaging wind a possible additional threat though the main area of severe weather should be south and west of Southern New England based on the current forecast.. ..SKYWARN Self-Activation will monitor conditions for flooding reports and measured rainfall reports in the region and any severe weather threat that develops in Western Connecticut.. A storm system will approach Southern New England on Sunday and bring the potential for heavy rainfall and embedded thunderstorm activity Sunday Afternoon and Evening to much of Southern New England. Rainfall amounts of 1-2″ with isolated higher amounts in areas that have heavy rain train over the same area. This could bring the potential for urban and poor drainage flooding with the potential for some small river and small stream flooding as the main threat. There is also a secondary threat for severe weather in the form of damaging winds across Western Connecticut where


  • Goodbye Jeanette A. Doyon

    Jeanette A. (Major) Doyon, 99, a longtime resident of Worthington Street in the Aldenville section of Chicopee, was Called Safely Home on Wednesday, May 25, 2016. She passed into Eternal Life at Mount Saint Vincent Care Center in Holyoke surrounded by all the memories she loved and cherished. She was born in Dixville, Province of Quebec, Canada on April 23, 1917, a beloved daughter of the late Eugene J. and Leonie M. (Crete) Major. She was a communicant of Sainte Rose de Lima Church in Aldenville. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her beloved husband, Fernando G. “Pete” Doyon who was Called Home on October 16, 2010; her loving daughter, Karen Marie (Doyon) Regnier who was Called Home on June 7, 2000; and her four loving brothers, Norman E. Major who was Called Home on September 1, 1991, Leo Paul Major who was Called Home on December 4, 1995, Rheal A. Major who was Called Home on April 19, 1999 and Roger E. Major who was Called Home on March 13, 2001. She leaves her son-in-law, Thomas L. Regnier; her two grandchildren, Jesse C. Regnier and Amanda J. Bidwell (David)