At 11:38 PM: After looking at the american models tonight, I would like to add....some spots in eastern CT could pick up to 3" on the back side of the storm as it's pulling away. Still 1"-2" for most. I will need major therapy if there are any "surprises" from this storm.
Tomorrow’s “storm” will be a fast mover with snow developing
in the morning and tapering off around the evening commute. As far as winter storms in New England go,
this will be a low impact event. Snow will remain light to occasionally moderate
with temperatures remaining above freezing for most of the day! Along the shoreline,
temperatures might hit 40 degrees where snow could mix with rain at times. A
coating to 2” of accumulation is possible with icy spots tomorrow night as temperatures
dip below freezing.