Conn. (WTNH) — Snow is moving through with accumulation likely for parts of western Connecticut Monday where we could see as much as 1″ to 4″ of fresh, heavy, wet snow depending on elevation.
The rest of the state is seeing mostly rain.
There are some snow and a wintry mix of snow to rain along the shoreline. A coating to 2″ expected for parts of western and northern Connecticut, with 1″ to 4″ in the Litchfield Hills.
Highs in the middle 30s to near 40° and a bit windy for the afternoon.
Road conditions are slushy right now with only a few inches of wet snow on the roads in northern Connecticut. These are conditions snowplows will definitely be able to keep up with for cleanup going into Monday night.
The danger is that, if plows don’t get to your street before the temps tip into the 20s tonight, the wet on the road will freeze.
WEB EXTRA: Meteorologist Sam Kantrow has a check of the road conditions in Torrington – 5 p.m. Monday
Highs will remain in the mid-30s to near 40°.
Rain/Snow will be ending at around 7 p.m., then partial clearing.
Watch for icy patches at daybreak Tuesday with lows in the 20s to lower 30s.