NBC Connecticut Meteorologists are tracking our next chance for wintry weather.
Light to moderate snow will develop early Thursday morning as a clipper system pushes through the region.
Snowfall accumulations will be generally light as the system races through the state. The timing could make things challenging as it appears it will be centered on the Thursday morning commute.
We could see anywhere from 1 to 3 inches statewide.
A warm front first crosses over Connecticut on Wednesday. That brings in milder air after a chilly Tuesday. Highs reach the 40s, slightly above average. Not long after, a cold front moves through the state Wednesday evening into Thursday morning. We're keeping a close eye on the Thursday morning commute for the chance of rain and/or snow.
It looks like some parts of the state start the event as rain. As temperatures fall, rain transitions to snow and liquid on the ground freezes.