Winter once again is sparing Connecticut.
A coastal storm that could have dumped several inches of snow in the state, moved east Saturday morning.
The majority of the state will see nothing more than flurries and a coating of snow on grassy areas. Southeastern Connecticut could end up with an inch by the time the snow stops later on Saturday.
Brace yourself for a windy and very cold Saturday night and Sunday.
You can also watch the Interactive radar.
In an average February, we get about 11 inches of snow, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection.