A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through the night and into Saturday morning as freezing rain will result in icy conditions overnight.
Snow has transitioned to sleet and freezing rain for much of inland CT. A transition to plain rain will take place overnight as temperatures begin to rise above the freezing mark.
The main concern overnight is the threat for freezing rain which could create a layer of ice for much of northern CT.
Take a look at expected icing with the most ice expected in northern Litchfield county.
Precipitation will come to an end statewide by Saturday morning with a quiet Saturday afternoon and Sunday expected.
We are tracking a second storm system that could bring another round of wintry weather Sunday night into Monday. There is still a decent amount of uncertainty with the track and intensity of this storm. Right now it appears a few inches of snow is certainly possible with a mixture of sleet and rain along the shoreline.
Stay with NBC Connecticut First Alert Weather for updates along the way.