A strong cold front brought brief snow squalls, strong wind gusts and dropping temperatures to Connecticut on Saturday afternoon. Whiteout conditions were reported as the line moved through. A quick coating to an inch came down statewide.
A snow squall warning was in effect for Fairfield, Middlesex and New Haven counties. It has since expired.
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Blizzard conditions were reported in Windsor Locks as the line of snow moved through.
The snow squall warning that was issued for Litchfield County earlier in the afternoon is also no longer in effect.
The squalls moved at around 45 mph on average.
Behind the snow and wind will be dropping temperatures. Any untreated surfaces will freeze with slippery walking and travel likely.
Calmer and brighter weather returns for Sunday with highs in the 30s.