NBC Connecticut's Bob Maxon provides the daytime forecast on January 12th, 2012.
Some parts of the state are seeing the first snowfall since the October nor-easter this morning.
The storm that started on Wednesday night has left between 1 and 3 inches in some areas and rain in others.
West Hartland has the most snowfall, at 3 inches, while Burlington, Torrington, Winsted and Colebrook received 2 inches.
An inch and a half fell in Cornwall and Simsbury, while Tolland has about 1.3 inches and Avon received 1 inch.
Periods of rain are expected through midday, with winds gusting to 40 mph along the shoreline and 30 mph inland.
There will be a few more showers of rain and snow on Friday and the temperature will be much colder this weekend.
This time last year, feet of snow fell.