2PM: Snow Ending in Many Areas

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By Quincy Vagell on November 27, 2012, 2:00pm Last modified: November 27, 2012, 4:11pm

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As of 2 p.m. a mixture of light rain and light snow was falling across Connecticut. The precipitation has started to break up and most of the accumulating snow is done for the time being. Temperatures range from the lower 30's in the northern hills to about 37 degrees on the immediate shoreline. Most locations along I-95 are wet as the precipitation type has stayed mostly rain.
Inland, a few outlying areas have picked up a slushy accumulation of 1 to 2 inches.

Light precipitation will continue OFF and ON through the afternoon. Coastal areas should stay mostly rain, but some light snow and snow showers may persist inland. Most of the snow is OVER along and northwest of I-84. Don't be surprised if things dry up for a while.
Over the next two hours, little or no snow accumulation is expected.
*The evening commute doesn't look too bad for most areas.
Precipitation over New Jersey is expected to move east-northeast and graze southern Connecticut later today. Into the evening, more precipitation is expected to pinwheel back into eastern Connecticut as well.

Low pressure is slowly developing off of the Delmarva coast. As the storm gets better organized, an area of moderate to heavy precipitation over New Jersey and New York City will move eastward. This band of precipitation may brush southern Connecticut. Once low pressure deepens, more snow is expected to move into the eastern third of the state. This is when there may be some light to moderate accumulations in portions of New London and Windham counties.
The previous forecast stands and most of the state should end up with less than two inches of snowfall. Eastern Connecticut should stay tuned as a deformation band of precipitation approaches the area. Even so, totals are not likely to exceed the 2 to 4 inch range anywhere in the state.

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