No school cancellations, only 90 minute school delays, despite treacherous driving conditions and more snow expected:
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 7 AM THIS MORNING TO 1 PM EST FRIDAY; SNOW ACCUMULATION OF 3 TO 6 INCHES. TIMING…SNOW WILL DEVELOP THIS MORNING WITH THE BULK OF THE ACCUMULATING SNOW TONIGHT INTO FRIDAY MORNING.
But rest assured – these kids will take these CMTs even if we have to lose a few of them on the way to school…
Meanwhile, up the road in Tolland:
“A tractor trailer crash closed the east bound lanes of I-84 in Tolland this morning. The crash occurred between Exits 68 and 69. One FedEx tractor trailer crashed over the Jersey barrier, blocking the eastbound lanes and reducing traffic on the westbound side. Not too far away another FedEx truck rolled onto its side near a highway off-ramp. At least two passenger cars were involved as well, and were taken away on flatbed tow-trucks. At least one ambulance was seen leaving the scene of the crash, but we don’t know if anyone has been injured in any of the accidents. There are treacherous driving conditions from there towards Union. State police say the conditions are dangerous and there have been numerous accidents.”