Winter Storm Watches Issued: Wed/Thu

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By Quincy Vagell on December 24, 2012, 10:50pm Last modified: December 26, 2012, 7:50am

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The NWS has begun to issue Winter Storm Watches for Wednesday into Thursday.

A significant storm is expected to impact much of the East Coast and this system could bring winter storm conditions into portions of Connecticut.

Low pressure is forecast to move up the Appalachians on Wednesday. This will spread precipitation towards Connecticut. Across inland areas, a period of snow or mixed precipitation is likely at the onset. Along the shoreline, mostly rain is expected.
There may be significant accumulations of snow before a change to rain.
The exact track of low pressure as it redevelops along the coastline will determine how much cold air stays in place. At this point, the higher terrain of northwestern Connecticut and points northwest have the highest probability of heavy snowfall. The rest of inland Connecticut may experience a shorter period of snow before a changeover takes place.

Click here for my video discussion from earlier Monday on this storm.

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