NBC Connecticut Meteorologist Bob Maxon takes a look at the snowy forecast for November 27, 2012.
Light snow began falling for most of the state on Tuesday and some school districts have already decided to dismiss early.
The fringe of a storm system is bringing a rain/snow mix to the shoreline and up to 2 inches on grassy surfaces inland.
Snow started falling in western Connecticut around daybreak and spread across most of the rest of the state by 9:30 a.m. Flakes will continue falling at a light to moderate intensity for much of the day.
This should be a low-impact, nuisance variety system with wet roads and parking lots.
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