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Final Coating of Snow Made Roads Slick Friday Night

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A system that brought snow to Connecticut for nearly 36 hours will finally begin to clear out, but not before dropping an additional 1 to 2 inches of snow.

With dropping temperatures, many roadways, including highways, have become slippery and snow-covered.

Steadier snow fell during the morning and some schools switched to a remote learning schedule. See the list here.

Light snow make conditions slick for the morning commute on Friday.

Snow moved out by 10 p.m. with clearing skies through the overnight.

Meteorologist Josh Cingranelli checked in from Essex while Snow Monster prowled the streets in Wethersfield.

Killingworth has gotten about six inches of snow. As of Thursday evening, Old Saybrook had five inches of snow, Guilford and Clinton said they had four and a half, and Bridgeport had 3.4 inches. The shoreline saw higher totals than inland.

The weekend looks clear and sunny.

You can get the latest forecast details anytime, here.

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