Snow is possible late Friday night, Saturday and Saturday night in Shelton, but is most likely during the day on Saturday.
It will be cold enough for snow during most of that period, with temperatures going from the low 30s to, on late Saturday night, the low 20s, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Any snow tonight will start after midnight in Shelton, with a low of 30 degrees.
Snow during the day on Saturday is the most likely, turning to rain in the late afternoon, the NWS said. The daytime high in Shelton will be 34 degrees. Any precipitation should turn back to snow on Saturday evening, ending around 9 p.m.
Significant snow accumulation is not expected from this storm in southwestern Connecticut.
Up to 3 inches in upstate, eastern CT
Snow is much more likely on Saturday across upper Connecticut, in the central and eastern parts of the state, according to the NWS.
Up to 3 inches of snow could fall in this region as well as in most of central and eastern Massachusetts, including Boston.
Sunny on Sunday
Sunday will be sunny in Shelton, with a high around 41 degrees, the NWS said. And there’s a slight chance of snow early Monday in Shelton.