Dry & bloodless through sunset Wednesday-fundamental blizzard Wed. nighttime-Thursday AM. ***winter STORM WARNING***

Coldest air of the season tonight! a massive wintry weather Storm is heading our method for Wednesday evening (birth: 4-8PM) via early afternoon Thursday! there’s presently a iciness Storm Warning issued for most of Connecticut. This should be a excessive affect adventure with unhealthy go back and forth between 9PM(Wed) and 9AM(Thurs). The wind will be amazing at times resulting in blowing and drifting snow. A foot of snow is likely for most of the state with locally larger amounts to twenty inches. decrease totals in Southeastern Connecticut thanks to a mixing of sleet with the snow. remoted vigor outages possible.

This evening: Dry, breezy & bloodless. Temps into the 20’s.

Tonight: Clear and very cold! Lows between +5 and 20 levels!

Wednesday Dry for many of the daylight with increasing clouds. Snow arrives between four-eight pm and continuing in the course of the overnight hours. The snow will opt for up in depth in a single day. Sleet mixing in for SE CT. Gusty winds, with blowing/drifting snow and terrible visibility. A Blizzard Warning may be issued for constituents of the state. Tidal flooding also possible.

Thursday: Some mixing possible in SE CT. Snow tapering early afternoon, then late day clearing. A Storm total of 12-20 Inches with 9-12 Inches Southeastern CT. Windy and cold. Highs within the higher 20s.

Friday: often sunny and cold with highs within the upper 20s to low 30s.

Saturday: on the whole sunny with highs within the mid to higher 30s.

Sunday: often cloudy. A rain or snow shower feasible. Highs in the low 40s.

Monday: solar and clouds with highs in the mid 40s. winter formally begins at 5:02 AM.

Tuesday: Rain viable that might end as some moist snow. Highs within the 40s.