The NBC Connecticut meteorologists are tracking some snow squalls that could cause some travel issues Wednesday afternoon.
An arctic front will bring snow squalls this afternoon that could cause some travel issues, especially in the northwest hills.
The squalls will move through between 3 and 6 p.m. and bring brief periods of heavy snowfall that could result in icy roads.
Wind gusts over 30 mph are also possible.
The snow squalls usher in a much colder air mass and we can expect record cold by morning. The governor has activated the severe cold weather protocol, and some high schools moved Thanksgiving Day football games to avoid the worst of the cold.
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