UPDATE: 4 p.m. — The National Weather Service has upped the accumulation of snow the Wilton area can expect to receive by the time this winter storm ends early on Sunday morning.
Today, a total of 7 to 11 inches may be expected, with an additional 3 to 5 inches tonight. Tonight’s low will be about 17, with a north wind of 16 to 18 mph.
The latest snow totals from around the state, according to the Department of Transportation, are:
Darien — 7.5 inches
New Canaan — 7.5 inches
New Haven — 5.75 inches
Beacon Falls — 5.25 inches
Milford — 4.75 inches
Danbury — 3.5 inches
Groton — 3 inches
Old Saybrook — 3 inches
Meriden — 3 inches
Towns with 2 to 2.5 inches are:
Haddam, Mansfield, and Norwich. Towns with a half-inch or less are Farmington, Vernon, Wethersfield, Avon, East Granby, Litchfield, North Canaan, and Winchester.
The DOT does not report totals for Wilton, Ridgefield, Norwalk, Greenwich, or Stamford.
2:30 p.m. — The state Department of Transportation reported the following snow totals as of 1 p.m. As expected, towns in southwestern Connecticut and along the coast have the highest accumulation.
Darien — 6.75 inches
New Canaan — 6 inches
Milford — 4.25 inches
New Haven — 4 inches
Danbury — 2 inches
Groton — 1.75 inches
Old Saybrook — 1.75 inches
No statistics were given for Greenwich; other towns had an inch or less. Wilton is also not included in the DOT report, but a homeowner estimates 5 inches.