Today’s Forecast: Periods of light snow; watch for slick spots

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Light snow continues across parts of Connecticut causing slick spots for your morning commute; so use caution and allow extra time to get your destination. This snow is due to low pressure that is still rotating over central New England with bands of snow rotating around back side of the storm. Temperatures are not unusually cold for this time of year, however, when you factor in the wind; you want to bundle up this morning before heading out the door.   This unsettled weather pattern will continue through tonight with on and off snow showers and flurries. This storm will slowly rotate out of New England tomorrow with high pressure building across the northeast by the weekend that will deliver plenty of sunshine and mild temperatures.

Forecast Details                                                  

Today: Scattered snow showers and flurries, brisk and cold. High: 30’s. Wind: W 7-17 mph. Sunset: 4:20

Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Low: 20’s.

Friday: Mostly cloudy, some intervals of sun. High: 30’s.

Saturday: Partly sunny. High: 40.

Sunday: Mostly sunny. High: low 40’s

Monday: Mostly sunny. High: mid 40’s

Tuesday: Party sunny. High: 40’s.

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