There's another "hazardous weather outlook" in effect today for southwestern Connecticut.

Although today is expected to be mostly sunny, with a daytime high of about 33 degrees, the National Weather Service warns that significant snowfall is possible beginning late Tuesday and continuing into Wednesday.

The rest of today's forecast calls for blustery conditions, with a northwest wind between 21 and 28 mph. Tonight will be clear and cold, with the temperature falling to below 20 degrees. Wind gusts could be clocked up to 36 mph.

Tomorrow should be sunny as well, with a temperature in the mid-30s, according to the NWS. There will be a northwest wind between 16 and 18 mph. Overnight, the temperature is about 20 degrees.

On Tuesday, snowfall could begin after 10 a.m. under cloudy skies. The chance of snow increases as the day goes on, with odds of 70 percent after 10 p.m.

And the snow is predicted to continue falling until early afternoon Wednesday.