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More Snow....

March 1, 2019

  • Event #1: This morning's event a bit of a surprise.  Light snow & flurries end by 9-10 a.m. after producing a dusting/coating in parts of northern CT and up to an inch or so in portions of southern CT.

  • Event # 2: Clouds increase tonight.  Snow develops from south to north after midnight.  Some sleet near the coast & in the southeast corner of CT.

  • Snow gradually winds down during the first half of Saturday, ending by noon in most towns.  Accumulations of 2"-5" seem most likely, however lack of consensus in the modeling to this point may result in changes to expected amounts during today.

  • Some breaks in the clouds or brightening sky Saturday afternoon, but some lingering flurries or snow showers possible Saturday P.M. & night.

  • Event # 3: Some sun possible Sunday morning, otherwise increasing clouds with snow developing Sunday evening/night.  Sill uncertainty about where the rain/snow line gets up to, but parts of the state may change to rain before precipitation ends Monday morning.  Several inches of snow accumulation potential with this system, and 6"+ amounts possible where precipitation remains mostly or all snow.

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