It will be snowy and cold in the state on Saturday.
Snow will be heaviest in southeastern Connecticut but could reach up to 4 inches in the Hartford area, and it is expected to fall through much of the day. Temperatures are expected to be in the high 20s.
"We're not going to get into the brunt of the storm," said Joe Furey, chief meteorologist with Fox 61, "but it looks like the storm is just close enough and intensifying enough that snow will back in off the ocean and arrive to southeastern Connecticut mid-morning tomorrow."
Furey said the state can expect a small amount in the western portion, up to several inches in the I-91 corridor and 6-8 inches...