Quiet Today-Snow Squalls Will Slow The Thursday AM Commute

Some active weather after today! It will actually feel a little (not much) easier outside today with less wind and 30 degrees. Another strong cold front will deliver an arctic blast tomorrow morning. This could cause some problems for the morning commute Thursday. Here are all of your weather details:

* Sun to clouds today

* 30 degrees likely in many areas this afternoon

* A few flurries this evening in far eastern Connecticut

* A strong line of snow showers and wind rolling across Connecticut tomorrow morning

* Snow squalls can cause zero visibility and slick conditions all of a sudden and that is what I expect early Thursday

* A quick dusting to 2″ possible

* Bitterly cold winds and very low wind chills through Friday

* A really cold start Saturday

* Complicated storm on the way for Saturday Night-Sunday

* Snow statewide Saturday night will change to freezing rain from south to north Sunday morning

* Shoreline will go to rain for a time midday Sunday and it is difficult to determine how far north the freezing line will get

* I would shovel out gutter downspouts in case rain comes down for a while Sunday

* A flash freeze possible later Sunday night-early Monday

Quite-a-bit to watch over the next 5 to 10 days.




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