Radar continues to pick up some returns over CT, although a lot of this is not reaching the ground yet. As of 9 AM, snow was reaching the ground in White Plains, NY and parts of northern NJ (circled in blue on image to left). Light snow will break out across CT by late morning/early afternoon, although some places will see some flurries before this. The snow will accumulate to between a coating and an inch or two before changing to some light freezing rain and sleet. This will make for some slick spots during the evening commute later today. Temperatures will gradually rise to the upper 20′s & low 30′s inland and mid-30′s along the coast by late today/this evening. There will be some lingering drizzle & freezing drizzle along with areas of fog tonight. Temps will hold steady or rise a bit tonight. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for most of the region into early Tuesday.
Partly sunny conditions develop tomorrow and highs go into the mid-40′s. A stiffening southerly wind will push temps into the 50′s Wednesday, despite considerable cloudiness and a shower or two. We’ll see a shot of rain Wednesday night with the next cold front and then it turns windy & colder again and it will remain cold into next week.