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Snow, Freezing Drizzle May Leave Slick Spots Overnight

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The light-to-moderate snow and freezing drizzle that fell Tuesday will likely lead to some slick conditions throughout the night.

The precipitation ended around 6 p.m. but clearing skies, falling temperatures, and a light breeze mean wet roads and surfaces could become icy. Temperatures around 10 to 12 degrees mean black ice could develop.

There are several more chances for stormy weather in the coming days. Get the latest forecast anytime here.

Areas in southern Connecticut wound up with 1 inch or less of snow, but with a glaze of ice, while northern Connecticut expected to see one to three inches of snow with locally higher amounts possible.

More snow is falling in Connecticut and that is making roads slick.

Ahead of the storm, hundreds of schools decided to close or switch to a remote learning day. You can see the full list of school closings and remote learning days here.

COVID-19 Testing

The Northeast District Department of Health has closed the Putnam COVID-19 test site on Kennedy Drive Tuesday because of snow. Testing is scheduled to resume at 9 a.m. on Wednesday.

Stay with the NBC Connecticut First Alert Weather Team for updates.

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