Between mid-day Saturday and midnight, much of the state will get 3 inches to 6 inches of snow.
Light to moderate snow will develop between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Saturday, according to NBC Connecticut chief meteorologist Brad Field, and continue well into the night.
The shoreline could receive a wintry mix at first, but the storm will turn to snow.
Parts of eastern Connecticut, including parts of Windham and Tolland counties, and upper New London County, could get more snow, according to NBC Connecticut meteorologist Bob Maxon.
The storm will moved from west to east. If you are traveling, expect it to be challenging by mid-afternoon.
This will be the second storm of the week. Snow on Wednesday evening caused slick driving conditions statewide, then turned to rain on Thursday morning, causing minor flooding in parts of the state.