WATCHES, ADVISORIES, THUNDER & SNOW! Will the groundhog see his shadow?

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By Erika Martin on January 29, 2013, 9:46pm Last modified: January 30, 2013, 5:03am

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I don't expect tonight's showers to be an issue, but building fog will reduce visibility. Lows will be warm tonight in the 30's. Tomorrow will be an overcast day with spot showers, but then as a cold front slides in, we'll also get some associated rain and that cold air will likely trigger a thunderstorm or two. Highs for tomorrow will be warm, but I'm keeping us in the mid-50's. Gusts will be a major issue by tomorrow night as gusts could reach up to 70mph. Tracking snow for late Saturday, so I've increased clouds for the daytime, and added that P.M./overnight snow icon. I'd like to thank our viewer Mike Palazzo of Southern CT for keeping me on my toes, and asking me to clarify ;)

Will the groundhog see his shadow? I certainly hope not.

I also included one model as I track a possible snow storm for next Tuesday. I know, too far out--but it's better to keep an eye on it...


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