Snow showers are expected to start off the weekend in Connecticut, according to chief meteorologist Mark Dixon.
Precipitation is forecasted to start tonight, initially as rain before transitioning into snow.
The storm is not expected to be significant but could bring plowable amounts of snow, with three to five inches in western parts of the state and lesser amounts toward the Rhode Island border.
A long-duration storm is also expected to arrive late Monday into early Wednesday, which could bring rain, wintry mix, and heavy snow.
Wind gusts could reach over 40 miles per hour during this storm.
However, Sunday is expected to be mostly sunny and milder with high temperatures potentially reaching close to 50 degrees.