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.