Weather Alerts for Connecticut

Winter Storm Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Northern Fairfield
  • Northern New Haven

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 7 Pm This Evening
To 6 Pm Est Monday
- Locations Interior Portions Of The Lower Hudson Valley And
Southwestern Connecticut.
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow Along With Sleet And Freezing Rain.
- Accumulations Snow Accumulation Of 10 To 14 Inches Along
With Less Than A Tenth Of An Inch Of Ice.
- Timing Tonight And Monday.
- Temperatures In The Lower 20s.
- Winds Northeast 10 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.
- Visibilities One Quarter Mile Or Less At Times.
- Snowfall Rates Occasionally 1 To 2 Inches Per Hour Late
Tonight Through Early Monday Afternoon.
- Impacts Hazardous Travel Due To Reduced Visibilities And
Significant Snow Accumulations.
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:

  • Northern Middlesex
  • Northern New London
  • Southern Fairfield
  • Southern New Haven

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 7 Pm This Evening
To 6 Pm Est Monday
- Locations Central Portions Of The Lower Hudson Valley
Interior Portions Of Northeastern New Jersey And Much Of
Southern Connecticut.
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow Sleet And Freezing Rain.
- Accumulations Snow Accumulation Of 6 To 12 Inches Along
With Around A Tenth To A Quarter Of An Inch Of Ice.
- Timing Tonight And Monday.
- Temperatures In The Lower To Mid 20s.
- Winds Northeast 10 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 25 Mph.
- Visibilities One Quarter Mile Or Less At Times.
- Snowfall Rates Occasionally 1 To 2 Inches Per Hour Late
Sunday Night Through Early Monday Afternoon.
- Impacts Hazardous Travel Due To Reduced Visibilities And
Significant Snow Sleet And Ice Accumulations.
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:

  • Southern Middlesex
  • Southern New London

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 7 Pm This Evening
To 6 Pm Est Monday
- Locations The New York City And New Jersey Metropolitan
Areas Northern Nassau And Northwest Suffolk Counties And
Southeastern Coastal Connecticut.
- Hazard Types Snow Sleet And Freezing Rain.
- Accumulations Snow Accumulation Of 4 To 8 Inches Along
With Around One Quarter Of An Inch Of Ice.
- Timing Tonight Through Monday.
- Winds Northeast 15 To 25 Mph With Gusts Up To 30 Mph.
- Temperatures In The Upper 20s.
- Visibilities One Quarter Mile Or Less At Times.
- Snowfall Rates Occasionally 1 To 2 Inches Per Hour Late Sunday
Night Into Early Monday Morning.
- Impacts Hazardous Travel Due To Reduced Visibilities And
Significant Snow Sleet And Ice Accumulations.
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:

  • Northern Litchfield
  • Southern Litchfield

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 9 Pm This Evening
To 6 Pm Est Monday
- Locations Litchfield County Connecticut Berkshires
Southern Vermont Greater Capital Region Glens Falls And
Saratoga Region Helderbergs Mohawk And Schoharie Valleys Mid
Hudson Valley Taconics And The Eastern Catskills.
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow.
- Snow Accumulation 8 To 16 Inches With The Highest Totals
Across The Eastern Catskills Helderbergs Northern And
Central Taconics Berkshires And Southern Green Mountains.
- Maximum Snowfall Rates An Inch Or So An Hour.
- Timing Snow Moving In This Evening Becoming Heavy At Times
Prior To Daybreak Monday And Continuing Into The Afternoon.
The Snow Will Taper To Scattered Snow Showers Monday Evening.
- Impacts Hazardous And Treacherous Travel Conditions From Late
This Evening Through Monday. Roads Will Be Snow Covered And
Extremely Slippery. Unnecessary Travel Is Not Recommended.
- Winds Northeast 10 To 15 Mph With Gusts Up To 20 Mph.
- Temperatures Single Digits To Teens.
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
  • Windham

Winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 9 Pm This Evening
To 1 Am Est Tuesday
- Locations Includes Most Of Massachusetts And Rhode Island Away
From The Immediate South Coasts. The Warning Also Includes
Northern Connecticut.
- Hazard Types Heavy Snow.
- Accumulations Snow Accumulation Of 6 To 10 Inches Across Rhode
Island And Southeast Massachusetts And Around A Foot In
Northern Connecticut And The Rest Of Massachusetts.
- Timing Snow Develops Before Midnight Across Western
Massachusetts And Northern Connecticut And After Midnight Across
Eastern Massachusetts And Rhode Island. Snow Will Fall Heavy At
Times Monday Morning At 1 To 2 Inches Per Hour Impacting The
Morning Rush Hour. The Snow May Mix With Or Briefly Change To
Sleet Across Rhode Island And Southeast Massachusetts Around
Midday.
- Winds North 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 35 Mph.
- Impacts Hazardous Travel Is Expected With Snow Covered Roads
And Poor Visibility. Blowing And Drifting Snow Also Expected
Especially Along The Coast.
- Winds North 10 To 20 Mph With Gusts Up To 35 Mph Closer To The
Coast.
- Visibilities One Quarter Mile Or Less At Times.
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.