Radar doesn’t look awfully impressive tonight but it does appear that there’s enough moisture moving north across Delaware and New Jersey to produce a quick inch or two of snow tonight.
There could be some light snow between 9pm and midnight with a briefly heavier burst between midnight and 4 a.m. Most of the snow will be out of here in time for the morning rush hour.
A big dry slot will move across southern New England after 7 a.m. so expect a break in the action during most of the morning. Northern Connecticut may pick up an additional 1″-3″ spread out through the day/evening as some moisture works around a developing, offshore mid level low. The best chance for this will be in the hills, the Connecticut Valley may have a tough time getting much accumulation during the day.
Here’s the bottom line
- 1″-2″ of snow along the CT Shoreline (almost all falls before 7 a.m.)
- 2″-4″ across the interior with a spot 5″ amount in northeast CT (2 waves of snow… one before 7 a.m. and another lighter but longer duration snow after noon)