Periods of rain and showers will taper off early this afternoon. That will be followed by partial clearing and increasing wind. A Wind Advisory goes into effect statewide at 4:00 P.M. this afternoon. It will remain in effect through 10:00 A.M. Tuesday. In Litchfield County the Wind Advisory runs from 1:00 P.M. today through 1:00 P.M. Tuesday. There is the chance for a snow flurry or brief, heavier snow squall tonight. Otherwise partly cloudy. After reaching highs in the 40's, the temperature will start falling this afternoon, drop below freezing this evening, and reach lows between 5-15 degrees tonight! Wind chills will be more like 5-15 below zero at times tonight, with northwest winds at 15-30 mph, gusting to 50+ mph at times! Tuesday will be sunny, windy, and unseasonably cold with highs only 25-30 (average high of March 2 is 42). Temperatures will moderate by Wednesday, with highs reaching the 40's under a mix of sun & clouds.