Southern and western CT may see snow showers on Saturday evening (WFSB)Parts of western CT could see snow showers into Saturday evening from snow showers that are passing over the Great Lakes. Likewise, parts of southern CT may see snow showers as a wave of snow storms brushes past New York City on Saturday evening. Meteorologist Mike Cameron said that, at most, these areas may see a dusting of snow as the day progresses into night.
It's been snowing for a couple of hours, sticking on the grass, and now starting to stick onto untreated roads. Conditions will continue to deteriorate throughout the rest of the day. Our forecast remains on track. We are noticing some heavier snow bands setting up in Eastern CT. Where this happens, we'll likely see the higher end of the snowfall totals- 6", 7" or perhaps even a few higher amounts. We're thinking most of the state will close out around 4/5". Conditions improve after midnight tonight.
Despite clouds drifting past, temperatures have cooled considerably; most towns are experiencing temperatures in the low 30s. The air will cool a few degrees more by morning, likely to the upper 20s in most towns. The night will be cold and, at times, mainly cloudy. High pressure will remain in control of the weather; however, moisture in the high altitudes will continue to be present, and continue to make clouds. The full “Cold” Moon is also occurring and is also the only Supermoon of 2017.
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Selecting a term
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