We see dozens of snowfall maps in a typical winter, but rarely this late in the season.
It started with weather just like the last three days in Connecticut!
The March 30th was sunny with 60s, the 31st was rainy with highs in the 50s, but that night, things changed in a huge way. A strong system intensified, dragging in cold air and, as temps started to fall, the snow came with it!
Along with the snow was a lot of wind, causing over 700,000 power outages across New England with 85,000 of those in our state.
Mother Nature can always keep you on your toes this time of the year, but thankfully, we’re not looking at any accumulating snow coming this week.