A few towns where temperatures are around freezing could have some slippery spots Monday morning.
Snow showers and flurries are moving through the state.
The stretch of unseasonably cold weather continues through this week. High temperatures will start off this week in the mid- to upper-30s and actually fall toward Thursday, where we'll end up in the low-30s.
If you think today is cold well just wait. Even colder air is on the way for Friday and the weekend.
Monday will be the pick of the week to put up outdoor decorations or cut down the Christmas tree as our NBC Connecticut meteorologists will track temperatures into the 50s across the state with mostly sunny...
NBC Connecticut Meteorologists are tracking moderate to heavy rain for your Sunday.
There are several school days this morning because of snow in parts of Litchfield County and there are also several issues on the road.
Today is starting off mainly cloudy before rain moves in after lunchtime and heavy downpours will pick up throughout the late afternoon and early evening.
Some Connecticut high schools are moving their Thanksgiving Day football games to Wednesday because of the forecast for below-freezing temperatures Thursday.
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