Burst Of Weather Could Make For Slippery Commute

A burst of wintry weather could make for slippery streets in many parts of Connecticut on Wednesday afternoon.

A wintry mix of precipitation had reached northwest Connecticut by noon and was expected to spread across the state. Most of the precipitation will be rain by the shoreline, and snow could fall in portions of the northern tier of the state, said FOX CT Meteorologist Joe Furey.

The precipitation could continue into parts of the evening rush, and temperatures near freezing could create slippery driving conditions.


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