After Sunday night and Monday morning's bumpy weather, the storm system wasn't quite done with Connecticut just yet.
Multiple locations across the state saw one final round of snow before things quieted down.
Many areas are above freezing so the snow fell and melted on contact. Some locations, especially in and around Waterbury, were right around 32 degrees so snow stuck to the ground, to cars and to grassy areas.
It wasn't a repeat of Sunday night's snow, but there were some light accumulations. Storrs had a report of an additional 1.2 inches.
Now, our attention turns to the potential for some wintry weather midweek and again this weekend. This isn't set in stone, but there are some hints that it could happen. Stay tuned.