Some parts of the state will see a wintry mix Tuesday night, but the impact on travel is expected to be limited because temperatures will be above freezing and any snow will fall lightly.
The hills north and west of Hartford may see some snow glaze those ares as a minor storm system is forecasted to pass through Connecticut as milder air mixes with colder air, according to NBC Connecticut First Alert Chief Meteorologist Brad Field. The snow might stick in the hills and create slippery travel.
Clouds increased throughout today and temperatures were around 25 degrees colder than yesterday, with highs between 35 and 41 degrees.
Winter weather advisories are in effect for the northern half of Litchfield county from 4 p.m. on Tuesday to 6 a.m. on Wednesday and for Hartford County.
Any precipitation will change to a mixture of snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain during the night.
Temperatures will rise overnight and on tomorrow morning, and precipitation will wind down quickly, so expect wet conditions for the morning drive.