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Schools Delayed, More Snow Tomorrow

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    A storm dropped as much as eight inches of snow in part of the state since Sunday, several schools are delayed or closed and more snow could be on the way.

    Snow showers began on Sunday morning and coated most of the state with 3 to 8 inches of snow, with towns in southern and southeastern Connecticut getting the most.

    Sun is expected to emerge during the Monday morning commute, with temperatures possibly reaching the mid-30s throughout the day.

    New London Mayor Justin Finizio urged residents to clear snow off roofs as more snow and rain is expected Tuesday.

    New London Residents Urged to Clear RoofsNew London Residents Urged to Clear RoofsNew London residents urged to clear roofs. (Published Monday, March 2, 2015)

    The snow has also been piling up in Willimantic and Police Lt. Stanley Parizo encouraged drivers to leave more time before heading out to clear off their cars.

    Snow Piles Up in WillimanticSnow Piles Up in WillimanticWillimantic Police Lt. Stanley Parizo talks about how the snow pileup this winter is affecting Willimantic, which had a parking ban overnight into Monday. (Published Monday, March 2, 2015)

    In Hartford, schools are closed Monday as crews work to clear school parking lots that were used for off-street parking during yet another city-wide parking ban due to the snow.

    More snow could be headed our way on Tuesday evening when we could see a burst of snow dropping 1 to 4 inches ahead of another storm system.

    The snow could mix with sleet, freezing rain and/or rain overnight as warmer air moves in, making for a messy Wednesday morning commute.

    There could be heavy rain on Wednesday, which could cause problems on roofs with heavy snow buildup, so you may want to clear off the snow and ice beforehand. Temperatures may reach the 40s.

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    The air will begin to get colder again on Wednesday night, so there could be ice and more snow come Thursday morning. Temperatures will continue to drop at the end of the week.

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