Chilly temperatures force football fans to bundle up

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MILFORD -

Friday in Connecticut finally started to feel more like football season, as players and fans felt a chill in the air.

Saturday's lows will dip into the 40s, just a day after temperatures were in the 70s with some humidity as well.

High school football fans bundled up at Jonathan Law High School in Milford as the Lawmen took on Stratford.

Parents running the concession stand were busy brewing hot chocolate and coffee for fans throughout the night.

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