Connecticut woke up to falling snow Sunday morning and dozens of canceled church services. More snow is falling in parts of the state as we head through the overnight hours.
After record-high temperatures Saturday, much colder air and snow settled into the state for Super Bowl Sunday.
Sunday's snow was in two rounds. The first round dropped 1 to 3 inches of snow this morning for most of the state.
The second round of snow focused mainly on the central and eastern portions of the state.
That wraps up and pulls away early Monday morning for our neighbors closer to Rhode Island.
Tallying up both rounds of snow, most of central and western Connecticut will see 1 to 3 inches of snow. 2 to 4 inches with localized 5-inch amounts are likely in southern and eastern CT.
Very cold air will follow the snow with high temperatures on Monday staying in the teens and 20s.