A quick round of snow will coat the roads in northwest Connecticut tonight.
The snow will move in after dark and last into late this evening. Up to an inch of snow is possible.
Other parts of the state could see snow flakes, but the precipitation will be lighter and temperatures will be warmer outside of the hills. So, no more than a dusting is expected elsewhere.
Wednesday will be partly cloudy with temperatures in the upper 30s.
A blast of cold air arrives Thursday, when temperatures won't get out of the 20s!
The lake-effect snow machine will be raging to the west, so it's possible that one band sneaks into Connecticut on Thursday and puts down a quick inch or two.
Friday's high temperature will only be near 20, with wind chills below zero, especially in the morning.
A winter storm moves in Saturday, when snow will transition to a mix. Several inches of snow are possible before the change to sleet, freezing rain and rain.
Temperatures will rise into the 40s by Sunday.