Weather Alerts for Connecticut

Winter Storm Warning

The following area is affected:

  • Windham

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 7 Am Wednesday To
7 Am Est Thursday
- Locations Include Northeast Connecticut As Well As Portions
Of Eastern And Northeastern Massachusetts And Southern New
Hampshire.
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow.
- Accumulations Ranging Around 6 To 8 Inches With A Trace Of Ice.
- Timing Rain Perhaps Initially Beginning Around Daybreak
Changing Over To All Snow Towards Midday Mainly North And West A
Line From Northeast Ct To Northeast Ma. Between This Area And
West Of The I-95 Corridor Could See Initial Rain Change To A
Wintry Mix Of Snow And Sleet By Midday Into Afternoon Before
Changing To All Snow By Evening. Snow Tapers Off Into Thursday
Morning.
- Impacts This Storm Will Significantly Impact Holiday Travel
Making Driving Dangerous At Times. Visibilities In Heavy Snow
Expected To Be Significantly Reduced To One Quarter Mile Or Less
At Times.
- Visibilities One Quarter Of A Mile Or Less At Times.
- Winds North 15 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 40 Mph.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Storm Warning Is Issued When An Average Of 6 Or More
Inches Of Snow Is Expected In A 12 Hour Period Or For 8 Or More
Inches In A 24 Hour Period. Travel Will Be Slow At Best On Well
Treated Surfaces And Quite Difficult On Any Unplowed Or
Untreated Surfaces.

Winter Storm Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Northern Fairfield
  • Northern New Haven

Winter Storm Warning In Effect From 7 Am Wednesday To 7 Am Est
Thursday
The National Weather Service In New York Has Issued A Winter
Storm Warning For Heavy Snow Which Is In Effect From 7 Am
Wednesday To 7 Am Est Thursday.
- Locations Northern New Haven And Northern Fairfield.
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow.
- Accumulations Snow Accumulation Of 6 To 10 Inches.
- Timing A Mix Of Rain And Snow Wednesday Morning Should Change
To All Snow By Noontime.
- Impacts The Snowfall Will Significantly Impact Holiday
Travel Making Driving Dangerous At Times.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Storm Warning For Heavy Snow Means Severe Winter Weather
Conditions Are Expected Or Occurring. Significant Amounts Of Snow
Are Forecast That Will Make Travel Dangerous. Only Travel In An
Emergency. If You Must Travel Keep An Extra Flashlight Food
And Water In Your Vehicle In Case Of An Emergency.

Winter Storm Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Hartford
  • Tolland

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 7 Am Wednesday To
7 Am Est Thursday
- Locations Include Portions Of Northern Connecticut Western
And Central Massachusetts
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow.
- Accumulations Ranging Around 8 To 10 Inches.
- Timing Rain Perhaps Initially Beginning Around Daybreak
Changing Over To All Snow Towards Midday. Could Become Heavy At
Times Late Wednesday Into Wednesday Night Before Tapering Off
Into Thursday Morning.
- Impacts This Storm Will Significantly Impact Holiday Travel
Making Driving Dangerous At Times. Visibilities In Heavy Snow
Expected To Be Significantly Reduced To One Quarter Mile Or Less
At Times.
- Visibilities One Quarter Of A Mile Or Less At Times.
- Winds North 10 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 35 Mph.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Storm Warning Is Issued When An Average Of 6 Or More
Inches Of Snow Is Expected In A 12 Hour Period Or For 8 Or More
Inches In A 24 Hour Period. Travel Will Be Slow At Best On Well
Treated Surfaces And Quite Difficult On Any Unplowed Or
Untreated Surfaces.

Winter Storm Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Northern Litchfield
  • Southern Litchfield

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 7 Am Wednesday To
10 Am Est Thursday
- Locations Southern Vermont Berkshires Litchfield
County Taconics Mid Hudson Valley Albany And Rensselaer
Counties And The Central And Southeastern Catskills.
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow And Some Drifting Snow.
- Snow Accumulations 8 To 14 Inches With The Highest Totals
Across The Taconics Mid Hudson Valley Berkshires Southern
Vermont And Litchfield County.
- Maximum Snowfall Rates 1 To 2 Inches An Hour.
- Timing Snow Will Spread From South To North Across The Warning
Area Beginning Around Sunrise And Reaching The Capital District
By Mid Morning. The Snow Will Be Heaviest During The Afternoon
Into The Evening With The Snow Tapering Off Late Wednesday Night.
- Impacts This Storm Will Significantly Impact Holiday Travel
Making Driving Dangerous At Times With Snow Covered Roads And
Poor Visibilities. Some Isolated Power Outages Will Be Possible
Where The Heaviest Snow Occurs.
- Winds North 10 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 20 Mph Especially
Across The Higher Terrain.
- Temperatures In The Lower To Mid 30s During The Day And
Falling Into The Mid To Upper 20s At Night.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Storm Warning For Heavy Snow Means Severe Winter Weather
Conditions Are Expected Or Occurring. Significant Amounts Of
Snow Are Forecast That Will Make Travel Dangerous. Only Travel In
An Emergency. If You Must Travel Keep An Extra Flashlight
Food And Water In Your Vehicle In Case Of An Emergency.

Winter Storm Watch

The following areas are affected:

  • Northern New London
  • Northern Middlesex

Winter Storm Watch Now In Effect From Wednesday Morning
Through Thursday Morning
- Locations Northern Middlesex And Northern New London.
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow.
- Accumulations Snow Accumulation Of 4 To 8 Inches.
- Timing A Mix Of Rain And Snow Wednesday Morning Should
Change To All Snow By Early Afternoon.
- Impacts The Snowfall Will Significantly Impact Holiday
Travel Making Driving Dangerous At Times.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Storm Watch Means There Is A Potential For Significant
Snow Sleet Or Ice Accumulations That May Impact Travel.
Continue To Monitor The Latest Forecasts.

Winter Storm Watch

The following areas are affected:

  • Southern Fairfield
  • Southern New Haven

Winter Storm Watch Remains In Effect From Wednesday Morning
Through Thursday Morning
- Locations New York City Northern Nassau County Southern
Westchester County Western Coastal Connecticut .and
Portions Of Northeast New Jersey.
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow.
- Accumulations Snow Accumulation Of 4 To 8 Inches.
- Timing A Mixture Of Rain And Snow Wednesday Morning Should
Change To All Snow By Early Afternoon.
- Impacts The Snowfall Will Significantly Impact Holiday
Travel Making Driving Dangerous At Times.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
A Winter Storm Watch Means There Is A Potential For Significant
Snow Sleet Or Ice Accumulations That May Impact Travel.
Continue To Monitor The Latest Forecasts.