Despite the arrival of spring last week, a snowstorm is on the way \u2014 with the potential for as much as 6 inches of snow on Tuesday into Wednesday. The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for southern Connecticut for Tuesday and Wednesday, March 25 and 26. \u201cThere is the potential for a significant coastal storm late Tuesday through Wednesday morning,\u201d the NWS said. \u201cAt this time, there is a potential for at least 6 inches of snow,\u201d stated the NWS Hazardous Weather Outlook advisory. However, the NWS said there is \u201cuncertainty as to the track and strength of the storm,\u201d and \u201ca shift in the track of less than 100 miles in either direction will result in a significant difference in impacts across the area.\u201d Temperatures will drop No matter how severe the mid-week storm, temperatures will be dropping in the coming days in the area. Snow begins Tuesday late afternoon Here is the NWS forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday, when the early spring snowstorm should arrive: Tuesday \u2014 Snow possible, mainly after 4 p.m. Snow most likely at night from 7 p.m. to slightly past midnight. A high of 34 degrees and an overnight low of 27 degrees. Wednesday \u2014 Snow may continue until 7 a.m., with winds picking up during the day and into the overnight. A high of 37 degrees and an overnight low of 18 degrees.