Weather: Eastern areas hit with heavier snow

Snow is tapering off across southwestern Connecticut as Saturday's coastal storm clears out of the area.



Final snow totals are still being tallied, but News 12 Connecticut meteorologists say accumulations will vary, with highest amounts expected in the east and the lightest snow near the New York border. Total accumulation will be around 4 to 6 inches for most of the area, and totals of about 8 inches were expected in eastern areas of New Haven County.



Overnight temperatures will be in the teens. Travel could be dangerous with icy roadways and sidewalks, so residents are urged to use caution.



Sunday will see mostly cloudy skies with a chance of flurries and highs in the upper-20s.



Stay with News 12 for the latest forecast information.


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