While Shelton isn’t going to get overwhelmed with snow from this current system, parts of central and New England may be.
And upstate Connecticut should receive more snow than southern parts of the state, where sleet and freezing rain have been mixing in with snow since the storm began Sunday night.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the upper tier of the state — Litchfield, Hartford, Tolland and Windham counties — and from 8 to 14 inches could fall in these areas.
For Fairfield and New Haven counties, including Shelton, the NWS has issued a Winter Storm Advisory and from 1 to 4 additional inches of snow could fall through late tonight.
Massachusetts to get the most
In Massachusetts, the NWS is saying up to 2 feet of snow could fall, especially just south of Boston. During the past few weeks, the greater Boston region has been overwhelmed with snow, receiving the most accumulations from a few systems.
In general, eastern and central Massachusetts should get the most snow from this storm. And in the western part of the Bay State, as much as 14 inches could fall in the Berkshires.
The NWS also is predicting up to 14 inches of snow for southern Vermont, up to 12 inches for southern New Hampshire, and up to 10 inches for southern Maine.