|Snow Totals from the Blizzard 2016|
Connecticut was spared the epic and historic 30"-40" snowfall to our south and west. Look at the map of final snow totals. This storm could have been so much worse had everything shifted another 25-50 miles north.
- Quiet start to the week, sunny Monday, 30s
- Chance for freezing drizzle Tuesday morning, slick roads are possible.
- Milder Tuesday, 40s, chance late-day/evening shower
- Watching an offshore storm Friday
|Another offshore storm Friday? Don't get nervous or excited|
yet. Most guidance suggests this stays offshore. But some
snow is still possible. It's bears waytch
Another storm will develop off the Carolinas later this week. Most of our guidance suggests the storm stays mainly offshore, but it bears watching. The European ensembles (probably our best gauge for forecasting 3+ days out) suggests some snow is possible.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy start, then clearing late. Low: 10-20.
Tomorrow: Sunny, quiet start to the week. High: 34-38.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, mild. Chance for a shower or two, mainly late in the day. High: 40-45.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, remaining mild. High: High: 38-43.
Thursday: Sunny, a bit cooler than recent days. High: 35-40.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, chance for a rain or snow shower as a big storm lurks just offshore. High: Near 40.