**Updated-Say It Isn't SNOW? Wednesday Details...

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By Gil Simmons on November 6, 2012, 12:30pm Last modified: November 6, 2012, 11:05pm

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**Updated graphics at the bottom for wind and snow 12:40PM!**


Big changes that bring a colder trend to the storm solution for Wednesday. 

925mb and 850mb temperatures look to stay below 0c for the precipitation Wednesday through Wednesday Evening. I think most of this will fall as snow, but not big amounts. 1" to 2" for mainly grassy surfaces will do it around the state with none in Southeastern CT.

Wind gusts look a bit lower, but 55mph is still possible along the shoreline. Coastal tide levels are still expected to be 2' to 4.5' above normal as well. The wind direction will push the biggest waves from Ct. to The North Shore of Long Island. 

Please click my video above for more details!


PS....here is the surge forecast for tomorrow:

Here is my wind gust forecast:

Here is my snow forecast graphic:

Thank you for checking in! -Gil

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