FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- The winter storm bearing down on Fairfield County and the entire tristate area will drop higher amounts of snow north of the Merritt Parkway, according to the National Weather Service.
Coastal towns like Fairfield, Darien and Stamford remain under a winter weather advisory, but warmer temperatures should keep snow accumulations down.
Towns further north, however, remain under a winter storm watch and could see snow accumulations of 4 inches or more before the storm moves on.
Snow will begin to taper off overnight with just a 20 percent chance of a snow shower on Thanksgiving morning.
Sunny skies will return on Friday with temperatures in the 30s.
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