Weekend Nor'easter Growing Likely

First Alert forecasters are concerned about a weekend Nor'easter.

A cold front comes through today, yielding mostly cloudy skies and rain showers. A few snowflakes are possible, especially later in the day as temperatures tumble. 

Highs will only be near 50, a marked change from previous days.

Saturday looks absolutely brilliant. Complete sunshine is expected, though it will be cool – highs only in the lower 40s.

Sunday will be cloudy and dry in the morning as temperature rise into the upper 30s and a major nor'easter will threaten come afternoon.

Three outcomes are possible.

One features a major hit with a mix, one features a major hit with snow and the final possibility would be a glancing blow with little to nothing.

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Coast-Hugger Track: Mix of snow, sleet and rain for Connecticut.

One of the major hit outcomes is likely – yielding either a mix or snow.

Classic Track: Heavy snow for Connecticut.

The unlikely outcome at this point is the out-to-sea track.

Out-to-Sea Track: Mostly a miss, perhaps some light snow in eastern Connecticut.

This storm has the potential to deliver 6 to 12 inches in the heaviest band of snow, wherever that sets up.

Ironically, the first day of spring is Sunday!

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Stay with the First Alert Weather Team as the storm comes into better focus.

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