Don’t let this lull in activity fool you. The morning snow and occasional brightening of skies will be the forerunner to what’s to come later. Bands of heavy wet snow will roll in from the ocean through late afternoon, tonight and likely through tomorrow mornings rush hour. Eastern Connecticut will feel the brunt of this activity with central and western Connecticut seeing a little less accumulation of snow. A range of 4-10 inches could be on the ground by mid-morning On Friday. Tomorrows landscape will have a “Currier & Ives” look to it.