While heavy snow continues in western CT, precipitation has ended further east.
That incredible band of heavy snow is still hitting portions of western Connecticut hard. However, dry air is working in, which has ended most of the snow across eastern sections of the state.
Most of Connecticut will finish with 4 to 8 inches, with some 10 to 12 inch amounts. Those communities across interior New Haven and Fairfield counties that already have 8 to 11 inches will finish with the highest totals.
Into the evening:
Periods of moderate to heavy snow will continue, but drier air is working in, which will lead to decreasing snowfall rates, especially by midnight. Overnight, just a few scattered flurries and snow showers can be expected.
An additional 1 to 2 inches of snow is possible across parts of western Connecticut.
Most areas already have anywhere from 4 to 8 inches of snow on the ground. There are locally higher amounts across inland Fairfield and New Haven counties and some portions of eastern Connecticut have seen a little less than 4 inches.
Small sample of snowfall totals so far:
There was about 6 inches in downtown New Haven as of 10 p.m.
~12 inches in Ansonia, from Will.
10.5 inches in Clintonville, From Nicholas DiGiovanni.
10 inches in Wallingford, from Brenda.
9.5 inches in Southington, from Tony.
9 inches in Meriden, from Kevin.
9 inches in Hamden, from Greg Horan.
8.5 inches in North Haven, from Jim.
8 inches in Bethany, from Jan.
8 inches in Shelton, from Justin.
8 inches in Trumbull, from Ann.
7 inches in Danbury, from Allyson and Steven.
5.5 inches in Norwalk, from Ralph Fato.
5 inches in Southbury, from Stephen Barabas.
~5 inches in New Milford, from gwhizkids.
4 inches in Washington, from Tammi.
3.2 inches in Westbrook, From Ed Vallee.
2.3 inches in Wakefield, Mass. from Matt.
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