The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for the next two days as another winter storm heads for the area.
According to the NWS, the Tuesday morning rush hour in southwestern Connecticut is expected to be impacted by a fast-moving storm. Current forecasts call for 1 to 2 inches in coastal areas and 2 to 4 inches inland.
There is uncertainty regarding possible accumulations as the storm draws warm air off the Atlantic Ocean, which could cause a mix of rain and snow.
Snow begins around 4 a.m.
In Shelton, snow should begin at about 4 a.m. Tuesday and continue for much of the day. Warming temperatures could cause the precipitation to change to rain in the late afternoon in Shelton, the NWS said.
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Warming trend on way
On Wednesday in Shelton, both snow and rain are possible, with temperatures getting into the mid-40s.
The warming trend should continue on Thursday and Friday, with highs in the mid to high 40s, according to the NWS.