Some areas of Conn. saw snow Saturday
Some areas of Connecticut saw their first sprinkling of snow for the season Saturday afternoon.
When the National Weather Service prompted users on Twitter to see who had spotted some snowflakes, they got more than 60 replies.
Among the areas that saw some flurries were Norwalk, Danbury, Westport, Rocky Hill and Ridgefield. Over the state line in New York, Mount Kisco, Croton-on-the-Hudson and New Rochelle also saw some snow.
Though the snow didn’t stick, the area is in for a chilly night.
The NWS said forecasts are showing temperature drops near or below freezing.
In the Bridgeport area, the low is expected to hover around 30 degrees with wind chill values around 25 to 30 degrees with some slight wind.
Winds are expected to gradually diminish overnight as a high pressure pushes into the region, the NWS said.
On Sunday — Veterans Day — it’s expected to be sunny with a high around 44 degrees, with wind chill values around 25 to 35 degrees and a little wind. The night will be mostly clear with a low around 31 degrees.