Even though Connecticut is in for a run of warm weather this week, a quick burst of snow came through this morning, leaving a fresh coating.
There are still some scattered snow showers in central Connecticut, but no accumulation is expected, according to First Alert Meteorologist Darren Sweeney.
Snow fell in Western Connecticut, as well as in southern Connecticut.
One heavy burst of snow came through along the Interstate-395 corridor around 8:30 a.m.
While most of the snow has moved out, rain showers are possible this afternoon, or closer to the evening commute.
Throughout the rest of the morning and afternoon, temperatures will build up to the mid-40s for breezy milder weather with more rain showers possible.
The warm streak will last for most of the week, staying in the 40s and 50s, possibly reaching the 60s by Friday. Winds in the southeast could reach 10 to 20 miles an hour.
There could be rain late Friday into Saturday on Easter weekend, possibly mixing with some wet snow as cooler air comes in Saturday morning.