Winter weather is making a comeback Saturday.
Snow showers, possibly mixed with rain in southeastern Connecticut, will leave most of the state with a fresh coating to 2 inches of accumulation, according to First Alert Meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan. There's a slight chance for more snow in northeastern Connecticut.
Precipitation is expected to start up in the morning. We'll see periods of snow throughout the day with moderate to heavy snowfall at times. Snow is most likely to accumulate on top of existing snow piles, but pavement will be mostly wet.
Expect temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s during the day, nearly 20 degrees below average. Snow will linger through midnight and roads could become slippery after dark.
Sunday is the pick of the weekend, with a forecast for sun and highs near 40.
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