Another Coating for Some Tuesday Night

Another winter storm will dump anywhere from 1 to 5 inches of snow across the state.

Tuesday, Mar 19, 2013  |  Updated 6:30 PM EDT
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Snow showers could coat parts of Connecticut once again Tuesday night.

The light snow comes after a storm dumped anywhere between 3 and 6 inches of snow in towns.

The storm prompted several school delays, as well as some cancellations.

Police responded to 1,300 calls as of 4:45 p.m., including 177 crashes.  One fatality was reported in a crash on Route 9 North in Berlin on Tuesday afternoon.  Another crash sent a tractor-trailer down an embankment and near a house in Wallingford.

Early Tuesday morning, there were also tractor-trailer crashes in Montville and Enfield.

The state Department of Transportation sent 800 trucks out to treat the roads.

The state Department of Motor Vehicles has canceled all road tests in the Danbury office because of icy road conditions.

The Metropolitan District has closed the boat launch at Goodwin Dam-West Branch Reservoir in Hartland, West Hartford Reservoir at 1420 Farmington Avenue, West Hartford, and Reservoir #6, located off Route 44/Albany Avenue in Bloomfield on Tuesday because of the storm.

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