Snow Timeline: Third storm in 8 days set to drop another 2-4″ on parts of CT

Extreme Weather

(WTNH) — Tuesday’s snowstorm — the third in an eight-day period — is expected to bring another few inches of snow to the state.

A Winter Weather Advisory was issued for inland towns ahead of the storm. Many schools issued a remote learning day or closure Monday night. A full list can be found here.

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Be sure to check your city/town’s website for parking bans and other notifications.

Timeline

Storm Team 8 says light snow began developing by 4 a.m. and became statewide around 7 a.m.

Areas near the shoreline Interstate 95 corridor will see some mix/changing to ice and rain.

Chief Meteorologist Gil Simmons says the storm will have spotty snowfall, meaning snow could stop falling for a period of time and then resume later on.

Like Sunday’s storm, the snowfall is set to end between 4-6 p.m.

Another active weather pattern may be showing up Thursday and Sunday. Be sure to check back later in the week for updates.

WATCH: A look at Waterbury conditions as of 9 a.m.

Snow totals

While Storm Team 8 says this won’t be a big system, it will still drop a few inches of snow – and a wintry mix – making for slick conditions.

Areas near the shoreline should expect just a coating or around 1″, while areas more inland could get 2-4″. The Litchfield area could see around 4″.

Simmons said roads could be slick Wednesday morning. Drivers are urged to use caution when on roadways Tuesday.

In the video above, Fran Mayko with AAA gives some tips for when you’re driving in snow.

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