From Chief Meteorologist Bruce DePrest in the Channel 3 Early Warning Forecast Center…

***A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for all of Connecticut through early Thursday morning***

Tonight: Snow will change to sleet and freezing rain after an accumulation of a coating to 2”. Many towns will see a change to rain overnight, but there will still be pockets of freezing rain over interior portions of the state. Low: 22-30, but temperatures will rise overnight.

Thursday: Lingering showers will end early in the morning, then becoming partly to mostly sunny, breezy and mild. High: 52 inland, 54 shore.

Friday: Mostly sunny and breezy. Low: 28. High: 44 inland, 46 shore.

Saturday: Mostly sunny, then increasing cloudiness toward evening. Rain and sleet developing Saturday night. Low: 24. High: 46 inland, 44 shore.

Sunday: Cloudy with rain and areas of fog in the morning. Rain will taper off to showers during the afternoon. Low: 34. High: 50 inland, 55 shore.

Monday: Partly to mostly sunny, windy and colder. Low: 29. High: 37 inland, 39 shore.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny and cold. Low: 18. High: 36 inland, 38 shore.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and breezy, a chance for snow and rain showers. Low: 25. Highs: 45 inland, 46 coast.

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