Significant Storm for Wed PM/Thu

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By Quincy Vagell on December 25, 2012, 12:15pm Last modified: December 26, 2012, 2:44pm

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A significant storm is expected to impact the East Coast from Wednesday into Thursday.

Snow should overspread the state Wednesday evening from southwest to northeast. The snow may come down hard for several hours inland. Along the shoreline, warmer air quickly changes the precipitation over to rain. Inland areas take longer to change to rain, with the northwest hills seeing mostly snow and ice.
Preliminary snow forecast before the changeover...
1-3" along I-95 and points southeast,
3-6" for much of the interior,
6"+ possible across the northwest hills.

Along with the precipitation, strong winds are coastal flooding are expected.
Winds could gust to 60 MPH along the shoreline.

As of midday, a Winter Storm Watch remained in effect for Litchfield County.

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