The busy weather pattern continues. Snow is already starting to stick to some grassy surfaces but the road conditions are just wet all across the state. Conditions will worsen through the evening, especially along the shoreline. Areas in Northern Connecticut may not see more than an inch or so with this storm. One change in the forecast is that we have lowered totals for the whole state, and we are expecting some snow to continue through Thursday morning making it slick for the morning drive in some areas. School delays are possible tomorrow.
Tonight: Snow that could be heavy at times. Windy with gusts 25-50 mph. Some scattered outages possible. Lows 29-33.
Thursday: Snow tapering early for most areas. Some lingering flurries for eastern CT. with highs in the upper 30s to mid 40s.
Friday: Sun and clouds again with highs in the mid 40s
Saturday: Clouds and sunshine with highs in the mid-upper 40s.
Sunday: An offshore storm may produce a rain/snow shower. Highs around 40°
Monday: Sun and clouds with highs in the mid 40s.
Tuesday: Late rain possible with highs near 50.
Wednesday: Rain possible still with highs near 50.