Latest Radar...Precip Closer

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By Steve MacLaughlin on February 13, 2013, 5:01pm Last modified: February 14, 2013, 8:45am

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Here's the 5pm radar.

You can see the precip shield inching closer to CT. Right now, it's mainly rain with some frozen precip mixed in, so this evening, many areas might see some rain or a rain/snow mix.

Over the next couple of hours, as temperatures drop to the freezing mark, the precip becomes all snow for the late evening and early overnight, but the with the storm almost moving west to east, we don't anticipate huge problems.

The heaviest snow will stay south of our area around Philadelphia and Southern NJ and then up toward Long Island where we have Winter Weather Advisories in place. But here in CT no advisories, watches or warnings.

Since we are getting clipped by the northern edge of this system, the best chance of accumulating snow is still across Southern CT, but even there, only about 1-2" are expected.

Next up...lots of questions about the weekend...looks like we will escape any major problems yet again. The weekend is not completely dry, and with much colder temperatures, snow showers in the forecast (stay tuned for the exact timing), but looks like the nor'easter threat is diminishing...Great News!!

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