Snowstorm, bitter cold create slick roads across Conn.

NORWALK - Southwestern Connecticut residents are dealing with icy roads and freezing temperatures for their morning commute Wednesday. The snow has stopped falling, but some side streets and sidewalks are very icy due to bitter cold temperatures. Commuters are advised to use caution on the road and to allow extra travel time. News 12 Connecticut meteorologist Paul Piorek says Wednesday will be breezy and cold, with high temperatures of 26-31 degrees. Authorities say the slick roads are to blame for accidents in Bridgeport and Easton.

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