A long-duration snowstorm approaches Thursday morning , and hangs out at least until Friday. Snow starts light in pockets, but ramps up in intensity Thursday night. With high winds, and a fluffy snow, visibility will be difficult. Snow ends early Friday.
Total accumulations could reach between 6 and 10 inches across the state. It’s going to be tough to get an accurate measure of it, thanks to it being light, and blowing around. Sorry, numbers aren’t going to be very conclusive with this storm.
In addition, a coastal flood advisory is in effect for the shore thanks to higher than usual tides.
As the storm exits, bitter cold temps enter, with wind chills Friday night between 0 and minus-20. The record temp for Bridgeport is minus-1. It’s gonna be close.