This is the 5th Snowiest Season Recorded - NBC Connecticut

This is the 5th Snowiest Season Recorded



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    The latest bout of snow makes this the fifth snowiest season ever recorded for Connecticut.

    Reports for the overnight snowfall are 2.4 inches, according to Bradley Airport, bringing the 2010-2011snowfall to 84.1 inches so far.

    As February comes to an end, another storm is expected to bring an inch or two of rain on Monday.

    Some towns received up to 3 inches of snow in the latest storm. Those closer to the shoreline received a dusting.

    Temperatures will rebound to near 40 degrees Sunday to allow for some melting.

    Rain will overspread the state late Sunday night, possibly beginning as a mix of sleet and freezing rain in Litchfield County. Most of Connecticut will see just rain through the duration of this storm.

    The biggest concerns with the coming rain are localized flooding and basement flooding.