It was a beautiful weekend! Hopefully you were able to get outside some and continued to practice good social distancing. Spring officially arrived a few days ago, but the week ahead will have a few wintry precipitation chances for interior areas of the state. It will be an unsettled week.
Tomorrow looks messy during the afternoon and evening hours. An area of low pressure will develop and slide off the Mid-Atlantic coast, but at the same time, cold air will be retreating. That means that for most in southern Connecticut, this is a nonevent. For inland areas, low elevation areas are unlikely to see significant snow, but elevation areas of Litchfield and Tolland counties should see accumulation snow. Even then, it's not much outside of the higher elevation areas. Snow should begin late morning to early afternoon, and bring a period of snow to most outside of I-95 before changing to rain outside of the elevated areas, and changing to rain for everyone by later in the evening.
Southern CT should see no accumulation. For inland areas, expect a coating in most places to two inches if lower areas are lucky. There should be 1-3 inches in the hill towns, and maybe a little more if cold air is able to hang on more in the highest elevations closest to the Mass border. Overall it'll be a wintry start to the storm, but no big deal--especially this time of year.
Tuesday looks beautiful. In the wake of the storm, high pressure will build in. That will be a brief period of quiet as we have another storm moving in later on Wednesday.
This period looks unsettled as well, as another storm system traverses the region. This storm looks to have a little more cold air possibly working with it, so although we are likely to start as rain Wednesday morning, there may be a period of snow during the afternoon and evening hours before another switch to rain. The storm should depart by Thursday morning, and things should begin clearing out. I'm not ready to throw out numbers yet on that, but at this time, that looks like a minor event.