Today we currently dealing with sunlight filtered through clouds in many places with temperatures in the mid to upper 20s for highs. Dry conditions are expected through the end of today. As we head through the evening and overnight hours, clouds with stay with us and temps will drop into the teens, I see a slight chance of snow flurries or a light shower that will do nothing more than coat the roads, especially in southern areas of the state. After midnight is when I expect this light snow to fall, it will be a very brief period and should be over before sunrise.
Heading through tomorrow and Monday, we have been talking about a disturbance that will be effecting the area. The snowfall map below shows our thoughts on accumulations between Sunday PM and Monday morning. Not the monster storm that had been showing up on the models, but definitely a plowable snow. After a lull from the first disturbance, which will be effecting the area between tonight and early tomorrow morning, there will be a lull until later in the afternoon on Sunday. Light snow starts again right around this time as a clipper system tracks to the south of us and tries to strengthen into a stronger coastal low. It will be to little, to late as we will only be dealing with minor accumulations in the state of Connecticut. In extreme southern Connecticut there is a possibility that there could be some heavier snow based on how fast the clipper strengthens into a coastal, and how close it does so to the coast. So we aren't ruling out an isolated area over the 4 inch mark, but there is a very small chance of that.
Have a good rest of your Saturday and stay warm. Stay tuned for all the latest from SCW!-TW