After a snowy Saturday, sunshine returned Sunday for most of the day, making way for a few clouds in the afternoon and evening.
Saturday’s storm brought 3 to 6 inches of snow to eastern Connecticut and a coating to 2 or 3 inches in the western half of the state. Snow flurries may hit Sunday night, but the next storm with noticeable accumulation won’t hit until Tuesday, when 1 to 3 more inches of snow is expected.
While there is no snow forecast for Sunday or Monday, bitterly cold temperatures will be back. Lows Sunday night into Monday morning will be near zero.
The good news? By the end of the week temperatures will rise to the mid 40s, helping to melt the substantial snow that has piled up across the state.