Snow Slides East

Almost no accumulation is expected for most of Connecticut.


Winter once again is sparing Connecticut.

A coastal storm that could have dumped several inches of snow in the state, moved east Saturday morning.

The majority of the state will see nothing more than flurries and a coating of snow on grassy areas.  Southeastern Connecticut could end up with an inch by the time the snow stops later on Saturday.

Brace yourself for a windy and very cold Saturday night and Sunday.

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In an average February, we get about 11 inches of snow, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection.

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