Snow showers moved through Connecticut Friday morning, coating roads and making the commute slick for some.
Several schools delayed opening to give plow crews a chance to clear the roads.
In Derby, the superintendent closed school for Derby Middle School, Bradley Elementary School, Irving Middle School, and the pre-K school, Little Raiders University. But students at Derby High School were already at school when the snow arrived, so they will continue their normal school day, according to the superintendent.
There were no major accidents but travel along I-95 in Fairfield County was very slow Friday morning.
The rest of Friday afternoon was expected to be clear but two systems are expected to bring more significant wintry weather to Connecticut over the weekend and into Monday morning.