Connecticut woke up to some snow on Sunday morning, but a lot of it melted for many. More snow is on tap for Monday, and could potentially impact the morning commute.
Sunday's snow and high winds caused power outages to thousands across the state. At most, Eversource reported more than 15,000 outages on Sunday morning. To check Eversource outages, click here.
Connecticut State Police reported several accidents on the road early Sunday morning, however all of them were minor in nature.
Conditions improved as the morning went on Sunday with the snowfall ending later in the morning.
The gusty winds will stick around for the rest of the day, and could lead to more power outages and downed trees and wires. A tree fell onto a home in Oakville on Sunday, and another tree came down onto a home in Hartford.
A high wind warning was issued for all the state from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday.
A clipper is moving toward Connecticut for Monday. Snow or a wintry mix will develop in the morning, potentially causing problems for the morning commute.
A Winter Weather Advisory was issued for Windham, Hartford and Tolland counties from 3 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Monday. Litchfield County is also under a winter weather advisory starting at 2 a.m.
Cameron said a change to rain is possible during the afternoon, and it is expected to change to snow on Monday night.
"Snow could linger into early very early Tuesday morning and there could be some accumulation, especially in the hills," Cameron said.
The storm will move out to sea and Tuesday will become sunny.
For the latest on the forecast check out the technical discussion here.
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