Are you ready for the next round of winter? Well buckle up, it's not going to be another Nor'easter, but the weather will get dicey by the end of the week.

Seems like it happens every winter around this time, we get hit by one storm after another.

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According to the National Weather Service, who has already issued a hazardous weather advisory for parts of the state, we're in for another round of very unsettled winter weather starting Thursday and continuing into Friday.

Right now the forecast is calling for a little something for everyone. There will be some rain, some sleet, ice, and maybe even a little snow to top things off.

It looks like this system will bring us rain to start, but then colder temperatures settle in that could turn that rain into sleet, ice, and then end as some snow.

This next storm chance is really a two-day event that will first bring rain, then ice, and possibly a little snow to Connecticut.

The precipitation is scheduled to arrive on Thursday and continue through much of Friday. Areas along the Interstate 95 corridor would remain rain for the longest period of time, but may switch to sleet and freezing rain on Friday.

Here's the official statement from the NWS.

 Look for rain Thursday into Thursday night as the cold front moves closer to the region. The front eventually move across Friday with precipitation also behind the front, bringing a wintry mix from north to south. The wintry mix progresses northwest to southeast Friday into Friday night with cold air advection in the low levels increasing on the increasing northerly flow behind the front. The front eventually move across Friday with precipitation also behind the front, bringing a wintry mix from north to south. The wintry mix progresses northwest to southeast Friday into Friday night with cold air advection in the low levels increasing on the increasing northerly flow behind the front.
So what does this all mean for us? It means that travel could get a little tricky early Friday morning. Right now, we're kind of in the same boat as we were last week with different computer models forecasting different sleet and snow totals. Some models are suggesting that cooler air may prevail which would lead to more ice, and some models see the system staying with the rain for a longer period of time.
It also looks like most of the messy stuff would affect more of the interior sections of the state, but as always stay tuned because things could change right up until we start to see the precipitation.

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