It looks like winter in Connecticut after the first snowfall arrived on Oct. 30.
The state has only seen snow five times during the month of October since 1905.
The higher elevations of northern Connecticut could see two to four inches of snow when it comes to an end.
In the Hartford area and most of inland Connecticut, one to two inches of snow is possible. Little if any accumulation is expected along the shoreline.
Here's a look at our latest snowfall accumulation map.
HOUR BY HOUR TIMING
Thursday Night into Friday Morning
A shot of cold air arrived from Canada, transitioning rain showers over to snow showers.
Snow and rain showers will gradually come to an end by the lunchtime hour with cold air continuing to filter into the region. Look for highs on Friday only in the upper 30s with overnight lows in the twenties statewide.
Clear, calm and cold weather comes in tonight. Lows 20-30. Record cold possible.
Colder weather settles in for the weekend with lows in the 20s Saturday morning. Afternoon highs in the 40s.
Sunday will bring mostly cloudy skies. Highs in the middle 50s.