AM Snow Recap & A Rising Threat Saturday

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By Gil Simmons on February 14, 2013, 8:14am Last modified: February 14, 2013, 1:55pm

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A pretty start in many areas this morning. 

Some towns/cities missed out on the snow and others ended up at just under 3" for the range.

Here is a list of some reports emailed in, tweeted and facebooked to me:

Waterford: 2.8"

Niantic: 2.2"

Gales ferry: 2"

Stonington: 2"

Mystic: 2"

Westbrook: 2"

Bethel: 1.5"

Ridgefield: 1.5"

Bantam Lake: 1"

Warren: 1"

Weston: 0.7"

Norwich: 0.5"

Sandy Hook: 0.5"

Guilford: 0.5"

Hamden: Dusting

East Haven: Dusting

 High pressure and quiet weather today and tomorrow. Highs today in the 40s with more melting tomorrow as temperatures again climb through the middle and upper 40s. 

All eyes on Saturday as model guidance sends the signal for a closer storm track. Snow becoming a good bet statewide daybreak through the afternoon Saturday. The GFS weather model is the most aggressive. Here's one map showing liquid equivalent:

Too early for amounts! It would be a more east than west deal.

Clearing and windy with colder air for Sunday. 

Stay here with wxedge.com for more through Saturday. -Gil

PS ...Happy Valentine's Day!

 

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