From Meteorologist Mark Dixon in the Channel 3 Early Warning Forecast Center…
***A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for Litchfield County from 5pm today until 7am Saturday***
Today, 12/06/13: Scattered showers become steadier and heavier into the evening hours. After reaching the 50s this morning, temperatures will hold steady in the 40s this afternoon.
Tonight: Rain likely, transitioning to a mix and then snow after midnight. Low: 30-35.
Saturday: A wintry mix or snow early in the morning before ending (2-5" possible NW of I-84, with a coating possible elsewhere inland), then mostly sunny and breezy. High: 38 inland, 39 shore.
Sunday: Sun early, then clouds increase with snow and sleet developing toward evening. Low: 21. High: 34 inland, 36 shore.
Monday: An icy combination of sleet and freezing rain in the morning changing to all rain by afternoon. Low: 27. High: 36 inland, 46 shore.
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance for a rain or snow shower, breezy and chilly. Low: 32. High: 40 inland, 42 shore.
Wednesday: Partly sunny, windy and colder. Low: 22. High: 33 inland, 36 shore.
Thursday: Partly to mostly sunny, breezy and cold. Low: 20. High: 32 inland, 35 shore.
Periods of Rain
Mix Early, then Clearing
AM Freezing Rain
Breezy & Cool
Windy & Cold
Breezy & Cold