You know the old saying, "It's New England - if you don't like the weather wait 5 minutes."

Here's the deal: It's spring. Mother Nature can be very fickle, and we'll see and feel some of that over the next few days as a cold front approaches and drops temperatures to around or below freezing.

According to the National Weather Service, the cold front could produce some light precipitation late Wednesday night (April 15) into Thursday morning, and that precipitation could be in the form of some light snow.

No accumulation is expected for most areas, but some of the more northern locations in Litchfield County could see a light dusting on grassy surfaces, and up to an inch in some of the higher elevations with temperatures falling into the low 20s.

Clear skies Thursday night could mean those cold temperatures could dip into the 20's over most of the state, and below normal temp's should be with us for the rest of the week as well.

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