JANUARY NOR'EASTER: Winter storm warning in effect; up to 12 inches of snow possible
A winter storm warning is in effect as a nor'easter heads toward Connecticut overnight into Saturday.
Overnight it will be cloudy with snow developing late. Several inches of snow will be on the ground by morning. The north winds will also be getting stronger, picking up after midnight and into the morning hours.
Saturday will be snowy and windy with blizzard conditions possible throughout the day. Heavy snow is likely for most of us, and there will also be blowing and drifting of the snow due to the fact the snow will be very light and fluffy.
Sunday will have a lot of sunshine but will still be windy and cold. A gradual warm-up arrives next week - we may hit 50 degrees by Thursday.
OVERNIGHT: Cloudy and cold with snow developing late. Several inches on the ground by morning. Low of 15.
SATURDAY: Cloudy and cold, windy with snow, heavy at times. Blizzard conditions are possible during the day. High of 20.
SUNDAY: Sunny, windy and cold. High of 28.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny. High of 32.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny and a bit milder. High of 39.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy and milder. High of 46.