CT forecasts have snow, sleet, rain and lots of 'ifs'

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The watch, which warns of the potential for significant snow, sleet or ice accumulations, will be in effect for Hartford and Litchfield counties beginning Wednesday morning and ending late Wednesday night, the weather service said.

"Plan on hard travel conditions, including during the afternoon commute on Wednesday", said the watch issued by the National Weather Service's Binghamton office.

Southeastern Massachusetts will see a burst of snow, resulting in no more than an inch of snow accumulated. Wind-chill values could be as low as -5 degrees. Chance of precipitation is 50%.

TYPE: All snow for most of the area.

Chances for snow are 100 percent.

For Wednesday, the NWS predicts snow and freezing rain likely before 11 a.m. and then a slight chance of snow between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. That difference in pressure will bring brisk winds with gusts of 20-25 miles per hour here on Thursday.

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Freezing cold and scattered snow showers will move into New England on Tuesday before a larger storm system sweeps through the region and impacts the evening commute on Wednesday. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 24.

Tuesday Night: A chance of showers, with thunderstorms also possible after midnight. "It's going to snow for a little while - we're expecting 1 to 3 inches". This looks like mix of freezing rain and primarily sleet. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 34.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 32.

Wednesday and Thursday will be dry with highs in the 50s and 60s.

Northern areas of the region could see Wednesday snow accumulations closer to 4 or 5 inches, he said, because that changeover will take longer, perhaps not coming until the late afternoon. Overnight lows warm from single digits to low teens during the same time period.