The cleanup from the weekend blizzard has yet to be completed, but areas of the state could see a bit more snow by Thursday morning.
A storm system moving from the Mid-Atlantic states will develop south of Connecticut Wednesday night. The northern fringe of the storm is expected to brush Connecticut, bringing a light snow overnight.
Inland areas of the state should see no more than a coating of snow, but the immedate shorline could see 1-2 inches by morning, according to NBC Connecticut Chief Meteorologist Brad Field. The snow will begin sometime around 10 p.m. Wednesday and should end before daybreak Thursday morning.
There will be another chance for light snow Friday into Saturday.
You can see the snow on our interactive radar.
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