Currently temperatures across the state are in the low to mid 50s with increasing clouds throughout the great state of Connecticut. We are watching as some showers make their way in from the southwest with a little piece energy off to out southeast which could clip far southeastern New London county with some sprinkles. Rain should start to become steadier and heavier as we head past the midnight hour and through Saturday morning, also with the precipitation ratcheting up, so will the winds. By early afternoon wind gusts could be in the 30-40 mph range, mix in temperatures not even eclipsing 50, these are ingredients for a very raw, nasty day to be outside.
Looks as if the main precipitation should end by early evening on Saturday, with lingering showers, especially east of I91.
As for the probability of snow, it looks as if there is a chance for a few flakes on the backside of the storm in the higher elevations especially in northwestern and northeastern areas of the state. I could even see a stray snow flake mixed with heavier precipitation in the lower elevations of the state. I am not expecting any accumulation, maybe a coating at best on the highest of hill tops.