By JOE FUREY | FOX CT Weather Team
The Hartford Courant
5:28 AM EST, March 5, 2015
The second part of this one-two punch of snow is on the way tonight, with a decent amount of snow, enough for some problems across the state, but especially along the I-95 corridor. A winter weather advisory is in effect for the immediate shoreline, where 4 to 5 inches of snow may fall tonight. Lesser amounts are expected the farther north and west you go.
With the snow leaving early hursday, it’s taking Wednesday’s warm temperatures with it. Highs Thursday will stay in the 20s, with clearing skies late in the day. That will make temperatures Friday morning frigid – down to 0 for some.
The good news? The next few days are storm-free, allowing temperatures to finally get back to 40 by the end of the weekend.
Today: Back to the cold, with snow falling through midday, followed by late day clearing. High: 25-30.
Friday: Mostly sunny and very cold. High: 25-30
Saturday: Sunny, in the 30s.
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