High pressure will dominate our weather tomorrow with mostly sunny skies, chilly temperatures and light wind. Highs will average in the 30s, lows in the teens.
Sorry snow lovers, Sunday’s ocean storm is not going to bring us the "snowpocalypse" you were hoping for. But there is still a lot of uncertainty regarding the storm’s track. The low pressure system could head out to sea, completely missing Connecticut. A track further east means fringe effects for the state with snow showers and the possibility for some light accumulation.
The best chance for snow will be in eastern CT, as this area is closer to the storm’s path with lesser effects in western CT – there will be a sharp cut-off to the precipitation shield.
We won’t be able to pin down potential snow amounts until Saturday, stay tuned!