Day Starts With School Delays, Slick Spots on Roads - NBC Connecticut

Day Starts With School Delays, Slick Spots on Roads

Morning Forecast for Feb. 9

Get the morning forecast from NBC Connecticut meteorologist Bob Maxon. (Published Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016)

Several schools delayed opening Tuesday morning as roads remained slick after the storm on Monday.

There are more than 350 school delays across Connecticut and North Stonington, Stonington and Thompson are just a handful of schools districts that have decided to give their students a late start to give plows a chance to clear the roads and sidewalks.

The delays come after nearly 670 schools were closed or had early dismissals on Monday.


There have been several crashes this morning, including a crash involving a van and a plow truck on Grand Avenue in New Haven, between State Street and Interstate 91.

There have been some crashes and spinouts on Interstate 91 in Hartford. 

Follow Heidi Voight on Twitter for updates through the morning commute.

There can be some flurries today, but it looks quite tranquil overall, with temperatures in the 30s.

Tomorrow is a different story, with more accumulating snow expected.

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