Another cold morning with temperatures has led to some school districts deciding to delay start times this morning.
A wind chill advisory remains in effect for Litchfield County through 11 a.m. The good news is that winds are dying down and without that, today shouldn't feel quite as cold as Thursday morning.
Temperatures dipped below 0 in parts of the state Thursday night and the start to Friday is cold, with temperatures around 4 degrees inland, 9 degrees along the shoreline and 0 in the hills at 7 a.m. Things do warm up, with temperatures in the 20s for much of the state and the teens in the hills.
The cold doesn't stick around too long - by Tuesday we're looking at temperatures around 50 degrees.
More than two dozen cities are experiencing record cold across the country. Get the latest forecast anytime here.