A coastal storm began spreading snow across Connecticut Monday afternoon.
While the storm will develop too far to the east to give Connecticut a major snowstorm, some areas could see enough to cause slick roads and dangerous travel.
The best chance for accumulating snow is between 6 p.m. and about 3 a.m. on Tuesday. A coating to 2 inches for much of central and western Connecticut is possible. Eastern Connecticut might see as much as 3 inches of snow and some isolated areas near the Rhode Island border could see 4 inches or more.
The snow could cause some slick spots for the Tuesday morning commute, and had already led to some closings and cancellations Monday night.