Temperatures drop after snow squall envelopes Norwalk

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A blast of bitterly cold temperatures hit western Connecticut Wednesday, just after a snow squall affected the area.

Temperatures fell into the single digits Wednesday night, with Thursday's highs only expected to reach 16 degrees.

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Drivers along I-95 in Darien were heavily affected by the snow squall, as it caused dangerous driving conditions including low visibility.

Warming shelters were made available for anyone who needed it, and for more information you can call 211.

Norwalk faces Wednesday's snow squall

 

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