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FIRST ALERT: Monday's Snow to Impact Afternoon, Evening Commute

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NBC Connecticut meteorologists are predicting snow which could impact your afternoon and evening commute on Monday.

A storm system looks to bring a round of wet snow and rain Monday afternoon into the evening.

While that storm system does not look overly strong, the timing could make for a slick commute.

A slushy inch or two is expected west of I-91 while the eastern half of the state and the immediate shoreline are more likely to see only up to an inch. Most of what accumulates, due to the milder temperatures, will be on grassy surfaces.

Tuesday looks much colder with temperatures reaching between 30 and 35 degrees. That will set the stage for a nor'easter snowstorm which is expected to reach the state by Wednesday afternoon.

While details still need to be worked out as to the intensity and exact storm track, a round of potentially heavy snow and wind looks likely by Wednesday night.

By Thursday morning, there could be significant snow accumulation across the state.

NBC Connecticut meteorologists have issued First Alerts for the two storms that look to impact the state this coming week.

Stay with NBC Connecticut for the latest details.

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