The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the region, from 10 p.m. Thursday, through 2 p.m.
According to the watch, light rain and snow will begin to fall this evening, and quickly change to all snow. New snow accumulation of less than one inch possible. Temperatures Friday night will be dropping into the teens, the weather service said, so any snow that doesn't melt before then will turn to ice. Some areas could potentially see up to 8 inches of accumulation, with snowfall rates exceeding 1 inch per hour Friday morning. But, colder air will enter the area for the weekend.
Temperatures are expected to remain well below normal as we "spring forward" for daylight savings this weekend.
Another windy, warm day is expected Wednesday for the Topeka area, as highs should reach the lower 70s.
This would be New York City's first snow in a month; Winter Storm Niko dumped 9.4 inches of snow February 9 in Central Park.
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The weather service also said there is a chance of at least moderate snowfall with a coastal storm Monday night into Tuesday. Wind gusts are forecast as high as 31 miles per hour. The overnight low is expected to be 29 degrees and Friday's high temperature is expected to be in the mid-30s.
Now, it says 3 to 5 inches is the expected snowfall accumulation across most of southern CT, along the shoreline from Greenwich to Milford and up into Danbury, Oxford and Milford.
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy, with a low around 18. Snow will develop after midnight. Highs in the lower 20s.
A chance of rain between 8pm and 10pm, then snow.