The snow may have subsided, but the cold snap continues and more snow might be on the way.
Blizzard warnings have expired, but Litchfield County is under a wind chill warning until noon. The rest of the state is under a wind chill warning until 10 a.m. on Monday, except for southern coastline towns, where a wind chill watches will expire at 9 a.m. Monday.
Monday will be very cold with high temperatures nearing 15. Gusty winds will make it feel below zero for most of the day.
Another winter storm is possible, with snow developing Monday night, according to NBC Connecticut First Alert Meteorologist Bob Maxon. Light to moderate snow is expected in the morning Tuesday, diminishing early in the afternoon. The state could see another few inches of snow.
There could be flurries on Wednesday and the chilly air will remain. The cold weather will continue Thursday and Friday with highs in the teens.
The Valentine's Day weekend storm peaked at about 8:45 a.m. Sunday in terms of wind and back-end snow, but winds whipping at 40 to 50 miles an hour into the evening reduced visibility on the roads and made temperatures feel like -25 degrees. Even though wind speeds dropped to about 20 to 30 miles per hour Monday morning, the drop in temperatures is still is making it feel as cold as -30 degrees.
Most of Connecticut saw 3 to 6 inches of snow over the weekend and the most of the "quiet corner" in eastern Connecticut got at least 8 inches, according to First Alert Meteorologist Darren Sweeney. Staffordville and Putnam saw 9 inches.
A winter storm warning was in effect Sunday for Hartford, Tolland and Windham counties.
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