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By Joey W on February 26, 2013, 9:33pm Last modified: February 26, 2013, 9:36pm

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What's happening?

The computer models are beginning to trend warmer statewide. The UK model is showing almost no mixed precipitation for CT, and in that case there would only be a brief period of a wintry mix across extreme northern Connecticut.   The 540 line on the UK model is just working it's way to the north of CT, which would result in maybe 2" at the most.

I do not expect snowfall totals in excess of 3" anywhere at this time.  

If you are south of Hartford, expect none to a slushy 1".   

The shoreline shouldn't see any accumulation.   If they did, it would be under a half inch of slushy accumulation.   It is expected to be windy, however not as windy as we predicted earlier.   

Watch my video for a technical discussion, referring to the computer models.

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