Here’s What to Expect from the Blizzard

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Some mixing to sleet and rain caused the National Weather Service to downgrade the blizzard warning to a winter storm warning and winter weather advisory in southeastern Connecticut.
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The nor'easter is expected to dump as much as two feet of snow in the northwest hills of Connecticut. Towns in the Hartford area could see a foot or more, while southeastern Connecticut will see the least amount of snow.
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Snow will begin falling anywhere between 4 a.m. and 8 a.m. with the heaviest snow beginning sometime after that.
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By mid-morning, heavy snow will be falling statewide. Snow could fall at a rate of 2 to 3 inches per hour.
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Some mixing to sleet and rain caused the National Weather Service to downgrade the blizzard warning to a winter storm warning and winter weather advisory in southeastern Connecticut.
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The storm is expected to move close enough to Connecticut that warmer air could cause a changeover to sleet and rain in southeastern Connecticut, which will keep the snow totals down there.
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The main bulk of the snow should move out by early evening and some people may even see some clearing by Tuesday night.
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