What to Know
- A major winter storm is expected Wednesday night and Thursday morning
- The current forecast is 6"-12" of snow across the state
- The worst of the snow is expected midnight through 7 a.m. Thursday which will make for a tough AM commute
A nor'easter will bring significant snow to Connecticut Wednesday night and Thursday morning.
The snow will begin to overspread the state around 7 p.m. Wednesday and become heavy during the overnight. Between midnight and 7 a.m. Thursday morning heavy snow, strong winds, and low visibility are expected.
Most of the state will see between 6-12 inches of snow by the time the storm wraps up by late Thursday morning.
A winter storm watch has been issued for the entire state from Wednesday evening though midday on Thursday.
The nor'easter will be quick-moving, dumping most of the snow in a short amount of time and most people will wake up Thursday morning to significant snowfall totals.
Thursday will be cold, with tempuratures in the teens to 20s.