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Tracking Cold and Possible Snow for Monday

NBC Connecticut First Alert meteorologists are tracking a cold front that will move through the region Sunday afternoon, bringing with it much colder air.

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A cold front is pushing through the region Sunday afternoon, bringing with it a gusty wind and much colder air.

Temperatures Sunday morning were in the upper 40s and low 50s. Feels like temperatures by Sunday evening will fall into the 20s and 30s. Wind chill values by Monday morning will fall to 10-15 degrees which is a 40 degree difference from wind chill values on Sunday.

In addition to the cold air, we are also tracking an area of low pressure that could come close enough to Connecticut to bring a low snowfall to areas of southern CT. Right now, it appears the best chance for any snowfall activity is along the I-95 corridor with up to an inch possible in southern New London and Middlesex counties.

Any shift further north could bring a plowable snow to much of the I-95 corridor while a shift south would result in no accumulation.

You can get the latest forecast anytime here.

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