Chance for snow on Tuesday
Expect to see snow in the air Tuesday, but not much on the ground.
According to Western Connecticut State University Meteorologist Gary Lessor, Connecticut will likely see rain showers Tuesday morning that could turn to light snow by the afternoon. The snow will probably stop by 5 p.m.
"It certainly won't be anything impressive, probably dusting to half-an-inch," Lessor said. "If anybody's gonna get more, it's gonna be northeast Connecticut."
Lessor said that last week, it looked as if the snow would be more substantial. Now, he said, "there's a 90 percent chance of snow, a 50 percent chance of it accumulating, and near-zero chance that you can get an inch in the New London area."
After tomorrow, there's no imminent threat of snow, Lessor added, but the weather later this week could be bitterly cold.
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