Hazardous travel possible this afternoon as heavy snow moves in

Hazardous travel possible this afternoon as heavy snow moves in

Hazardous travel possible this afternoon as heavy snow moves in

Winds will be less gusty this evening with overnight lows dropping down to near 30 degrees. Rain chances increase towards sunset, with the bulk of the rain coming overnight.

Thursday, Friday and Saturday are expected to be mostly sunny, but a 20% chance of rain and snow returns Saturday night and continues through Sunday. Temperatures reach into the low 40s.

Warmer air will move in Sunday and our rain/snow showers will change to rain.

Not expecting significant snow but it could be enough to slow the Monday morning commute across parts of northern CT. "South of Region 8, portions of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama could see 4-6" inches of rain by the end of the week.

A little snow then clearing for the
Wet First Half of the Week

Tomorrow (Wednesday): Partly cloudy in the morning but turning mostly cloudy in the afternoon with showers by late afternoon or evening. Lows will range from the mid 40s north to the mid 50s and low 60s southeast. Behind the storm as the much, much colder air comes in (you can see it nosing in over the Dakotas & Iowa on the map below), northwest winds may gust to 45 miles per hour Tuesday night-Wednesday of next week.

Monday: Mostly cloudy. High 35. After highs 33-36, we should cool to 28-32 during the precipitation.

Saturday: Mainly sunny. Highs near 30. Let's hope this dries us out a little bit because more rain is on the way by the new workweek. Skies clear Saturday night, allowing for some sunshine to begin Sunday.

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