Snow storm to transition to sleet, rain Sunday followed by single digit temperatures 

Snow storm to transition to sleet, rain Sunday followed by single digit temperatures 



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Forecast in the coming days will leave behind between 2 and 5 inches of snowfall Saturday and single-digit temperatures Sunday night, meteorologists say.

Snowfall is expected to begin Saturday at 6 p.m. and will continue until midnight , according to Gary Lessor, meteorologist with the Weather Center at Western Connecticut State University. Around 2 to 5 inches of snow expected to accumulate before changing to sleet and freezing rain.

Steady rain will fall from the early-morning hours Sunday and is expected to end midday as temperatures rise to the 40’s. Temperatures will fall again in Sunday evening with a forecast of 4 degrees and a high temperature of 13 degrees Monday.

Lessor said residents that will remove ice and snow should do so Sunday afternoon.

“If they don’t remove snow and ice then, it will be impossible to do it Monday and Tuesday,” Lessor said

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