A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Litchfield County ahead of a storm that could dump up to 6 inches of snow in some of hills and bring light snow and rain to the rest of the state Thursday.
Temperatures will be in the 20s overnight and most will wake up to cloudy skies. Midmorning and a band of snow will move, after the commute.
For most areas the snow will quickly turn to rain ,except in the Northwest Hills which could see several inches of accumulation, especially at higher elevations.
By late afternoon most of the snow will have turned to rain but some hill towns may see another changeover from that rain back into snow as the evening goes on.
In numbers, the shoreline and I-95 corridor should expect rain, I-84 and the valley will see a wintry mix with possibly accumulations around 1 inch, northwest of I-84 could see between 1 to 3 inches, and and northwestern hills could mainly get snow, 3 to 6 inches for some, and possibly over 6 inches for higher elevations.