Well, reports from I 95 northbound and southbound in and around the Connecticut coast have shown that a few more than “a few inches” has already fallen. The NOAA has updated their storm totals amount about eight hours after the storm. The NOAA started to say that now Long Island and coastal Connecticut and Rhode Island will now receive as much as eight inches of snow in what was the two to three inch range for the time before the storm and into the storm about eight hours then Winter Storm Warnings were issued for parts of coastal Connecticut and all of Long Island. This winter has really proven to the public to prepare for the absolute worst and hope for the best (in the Northeast it has really mainly been the worst this winter.)
For winter safety tips go to http://www.ready.gov/winter-weather.