HARTFORD, Conn. – The snow has arrived in Connecticut, prompting the closure of hundreds of schools as several inches of snow have already fallen across the state. As the snow continues to fall statewide, it is quickly sticking to all surfaces, with the heaviest snow expected to come over the next few hours.
The storm has already moved into the state early in the morning from west to east. In the southern half of the state, some towns could see up to eight inches of snow, while others may see as little as two inches. The storm is expected to be fast-moving and taper off in the early afternoon.
As a result of the heavy snowfall, hundreds of schools have closed, and residents are advised to take necessary precautions while driving. For more details on the storm, interested individuals can visit the StormTracker weather blog.
The snowfall comes as a visual treat, covering the state in a picturesque white blanket. The heavy and wet snow is a sight to behold, but it also poses potential risks and challenges for residents, especially those commuting to work or school.
Whether it’s a snowball fight or building a snowman, the arrival of snow has turned Connecticut into a winter wonderland. However, residents are reminded to stay safe and be cautious while navigating the snowy terrain.
For those who want to capture the scenic beauty of the snow, the local news outlet also encourages residents to share their snow photos through their website. Furthermore, residents can sign up for a weather newsletter to stay prepared for any upcoming weather events.
The snowfall brings a sense of tranquility and beauty to the state, but it’s important for residents to remain vigilant and make necessary preparations for the winter weather conditions.