Heavy snow fell across Connecticut for a good part of Saturday morning, causing slick driving conditions and leading to hundreds of closings and cancellations.
Areas saw anywhere between 4 and 7 inches of snow before the snow changed over to rain around 11 a.m.
Warmer air continues to move in Saturday night, generating fog, with temperatures rising through the 40s.
Plain rain is expected Sunday, with temperatures in the 50s. Plenty of melting will occur, especially outside of the hills.
The warmth won't last long, though, as temperatures won't get above freezing Monday.
After this weekend, the next chance for substantial precipitation doesn't come until late next week.