Scattered Snow Showers Heading Our Way | NBC Connecticut

Scattered Snow Showers Heading Our Way



    We could be in for a little more snow overnight and on Wednesday, but the big focus of this week’s forecast is plummeting temperatures once again.

    Rain and snow showers will move in later tonight. Many of us will wake up to between a coating and an inch of snow tomorrow, especially south and east of Interstate 84 Most of the storm is moving past us to the southeast and we’ll miss the worst of it, according to Meteorologist Darren Sweeney.

    Snow will taper off by the morning commute but could leave a few slick spots on the roads through the morning commute.

    We’ll have one more day of mild weather with highs reaching into the 40s, then temperatures will fall again to below freezing overnight. Highs will struggle into the teens by the end of the week.

    A coastal storm could affect us Wednesday, but is likely to brush by without leaving much accumulation, Sweeney said.

    The NBC Connecticut weather team is continuing to monitor that storm and will keep you updated as new data comes into the newsroom.

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