Quick falling snow blanketed much of the Northwest hills with some high accumulations Saturday afternoon into the night.
Heavy bands of snow brought the unexpected accumulations, as high as 10 inches in Norfolk, 8.5 inches in Winchester Center and 6 inches in Colebrook.
Other parts of Litchfield County and northern Fairfield County also received several inches of snow.
More snow showers are possible Sunday, as a quick-moving clipper will be moving off the Atlantic Coast. Meteorologist Mike Cameron said the models all show that the clipper will move south of Connecticut in a far-reduced state from how it looks now, which is fairly impressive.
Highs Sunday will reach into the low and mid-30s. Monday will be breezy and partly sunny. Seasonably cold air will be in place, with highs again in the low and mid-30s.
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