Making Sense of 2 Snow Events

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By Quincy Vagell on February 15, 2013, 11:40am Last modified: February 15, 2013, 4:55pm

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Two separate weather systems are expected to bring two rounds of snow over the next few days. The first event brings light snow Friday night into early Saturday, then after a break in the action, more snow is expected Saturday night into Sunday morning.

New data is being reviewed, but here are the preliminary thoughts from Storm Team 8, after consulting with Gil, Sam and Erika:

Friday night:
Light snow develops along a cold front and ends first thing Saturday morning.
Potential exists for 1-2, possibly 3" of snow.

***A break in the action during the day on Saturday is expected. (late morning/afternoon)

Saturday night:
Snow develops roughly 5-8 p.m. and continues into the night, ending Sunday morning.
Eastern CT sees the most as a storm system develops east of Cape Cod.
Potential exists for 1-3" in western CT, to 3-7" for eastern CT. (give or take) 

Stay tuned as I will be reviewing more data this afternoon to post updates.

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