The winter storm that started late Saturday morning dropped between four and nine inches of snow in much of the state before tapering off early Sunday.
The southeast portion of the state got three to five inches of snow. The weather will gradually clear on Sunday, with a little bit of sun. Temperatures should be in the 30s.
Snow began falling at a rate of 1 to 2 inches per hour Saturday night before switching to rain or freezing rain early Sunday morning.
A reinforcing shot of very cold arctic air will overspread southern New England early this week with temperatures staying in the 20s during the day and single digits and teens at night. Our very cold pattern will continue well into next week.