Spring is here and winter continues. Another snowpocolypse is approaching Connecticut Tuesday night going into Wednesday according to the National Weather Service (NWS). A hazardous winter warning is in effect for Tuesday and Wednesday that can leave up to 6 inches of snow in town.
On Tuesday, snow will start sometime after 4 p.m. Snow most likely at night from 7 p.m. to slightly past midnight. A high of 34 degrees and an overnight low of 27 degrees. Going into Wednesday, the snow may continue until 7 a.m., with winds picking up during the day and into the overnight. A high of 37 degrees and an overnight low of 18 degrees.