We’ve had a storm, clipper or Nor’easter every three to five days and this pattern will just keep on going.
A system is bringing snow to the Northwest Hills of Connecticut Saturday. Places north and west of I-84 will see 1-3 inches of snow. Areas south and east will see a slushy mix of perhaps an inch, but will mostly see rain.
All precipitation will end late Saturday night.
Sunday looks fine.
Monday will feature a cold front passage and a few snow showers or squalls.
Tuesday and Wednesday look very cold.
On Thursday, our forecast data develops a large, strong, windy coastal storm that might be another “biggie.” Stay tuned and keep watching the forecast.