*WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT THROUGH THURSDAY AT NOON
A strong cold front will sweep through late tonight into early Thursday. Ahead of the front, rain will develop after midnight and fall until the front passes through. Behind the front, rain will change to a winter mix and finally over to all snow before ending near noon in the eastern counties.
Along with areas of snow in the morning, the winds will increase to 20-35mph from the northwest, making blowing snow a concern for a few hours on Thursday. Wind chills will drop into the lower single digits by afternoon as temperatures fall into the 10s and 20s.
The wind will let up a bit into Friday morning, but wind chills will still drop to near -10° by early Friday morning. The cold weather will stick around into the upcoming weekend, as well.
– KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller