HARTFORD – We will have a brief reprieve from the bitterly cold temperatures with a southerly flow, ushering in milder air. Temperatures will crack the freezing mark this afternoon, as highs top out in the 30s. A clipper will bring more snow into Thursday morning, with an additional couple of inches followed by another shot of arctic air Friday and the weekend. A few snow showers will be with us Saturday. The front will stall south of the region and become the focal point for more snow to develop Sunday and possibly lasting through Monday. We’re watching that one for a big potential, but it's too soon to say.
Today: Chance for a few flurries, otherwise mostly cloudy, milder. High: 30-35.
Tonight: Thickening clouds with light snow after midnight. Low: 25-30.
Thursday: A period of light snow in the morning, accumulating a coating-2”. High: 30, falling into the 20s during the afternoon.
Friday: Partly sunny, very cold. High: 15-20.
Saturday: Early sun, increasing clouds with snow showers in the afternoon. High: 32.
Sunday: Snow developing and continuing at night. High: 25-30.
Monday: Periods of snow. High: 20s.
Tuesday: Chance for more snow. High: 20’s.