GET THE BLANKETS READY: Temps could feel as low as -7 tonight

It's 12 degrees in Shelton, a light, constant snow is falling. It could feel as cold as -5 degrees.

Roads in Shelton have a light coating of snow. Around noon, Bridgeport Avenue was slippery. Travel on Route 8 was slow, but drivers remained at a consistent speed.

Today's forecast is still calling for winds reaching 11 mph, with a total snow accumulation of 2-4 inches, according to the National Weather Service.

Tonight, snow with widespread blowing snow (meaning snowdrifts) before 3 a.m. The snow through tonight could add another 3 to 7 inches, NWS said.

Tomorrow (Wednesday) will see a stop to the snow before 9 a.m. It will be cloudy through mid-morning, with a gradual clearing. High near 17 degrees. However with the wind chill value, it could feel as low as -7.