Bands of heavy snow are still hanging on across parts of Connecticut.
As moisture hangs tough despite some dry air, heavy snow bands continue to form and spin around the state. The heaviest snow is falling across portions of central and western Connecticut. Snowfall totals have unofficially exceeded 10 inches in some spots.
Most of Connecticut will finish with 4 to 8 inches, with some 10 to 12 inch amounts. Communities across interior New Haven and Fairfield counties have been hit he hardest.
7 inches has fallen in downtown New Haven as of 11:30 p.m.
Into the evening:
Periods of moderate to heavy snow will continue and it’s possible that some areas may hang on to accumulating snowfall through 4 a.m. The snow will eventually taper off Thursday morning.
Many areas will pick up additional light snowfall amounts. It really depends on the banding, as some towns may not get much more at all, while others could possibly tack on 2 or 3 more inches.
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 portions of eastern Connecticut have seen less than 4 inches.
Stay tuned to WXedge.com for more updates this evening.