(WTNH) – Following a storm that brought a few inches of snow to several towns in Connecticut on Monday, another storm is set to bring more snow on Wednesday.

On Monday, several towns saw anywhere between a coating to nearly four inches of snow. Staffordville got 3.8 inches, while Wolcott and Tolland got 3 inches.

Another storm is on the way, with snow developing midday and through the early evening before changing to heavy rain.

Snow will move into the western part of the state by noon on Wednesday. The higher elevations could be anywhere between one and four inches, while the shoreline and lower elevations will see a coating to an inch of rain.

The snow will transition to heavy rain for most of the state by 7 p.m. on Wednesday.

A Wind Advisory will be in effect for New London County as wind gusts could reach 35 to 45 MPH. There is also a concern for flooding along the shoreline.

The wet weather will be gone by the time people head out the door on Thursday.

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