If I was in Connecticut tonight I’d be going a little crazy about Monday. It looks to be a big storm, but the distance between big storm and miss isn’t very much!
School superintendents will make the call before the first flakes fall. That’s a decision best left until the very last second.
It’s likely the snow won’t start until late morning or afternoon. Just a few inches by going home time. By then it will be falling faster than plows can keep up.
This snow will feature gusty northeast winds over the later stages of its 24 hours over the state.
A footish. On the high side of a moderate New England snowstorm.
You won’t get exactly twelve inches, but the effect will be as if you did. Eight or ten hours after the storm you’ll be good to go.
Connecticut will be beautiful, but tough to deal with.