Quincy's Snowfall Forecast

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By Quincy Vagell on February 26, 2013, 6:15pm Last modified: February 27, 2013, 9:19am

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-Light rain develops around 10 p.m. in SW CT to closer to midnight in NE sections.
-Precipitation mixes with sleet, snow and possibly freezing rain in the northern hills.
---Southern CT and the shoreline sees mostly or all rain.

The northern hills should generally expect 1 to 3 inches of snow. Up to 4" is possible across the higher terrain of northern Litchfield County.

Temperatures are forecast to hold steady in the low to mid-30's overnight, but start to rise during the pre-dawn hours. The result is that most of the state is above freezing by 7 a.m., the time around the morning commute.

Some rain is leftover during the day on Wednesday and the morning looks windy.
Any snow/slush that does accumulate will tend to melt. High temperatures range from the upper 30's in the northern hills to the mid-40's across southern Connecticut.

I don't major issues for the AN commute, but a few of the hill towns could have slick spots.

Click here for a more detailed town-by-town breakdown.


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Quincy Vagell

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