Snow transitioning to sleet on Connecticut roadways

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GREENWICH -

Snow is transitioning into sleet as roadway conditions across the state are expected to deteriorate.

Today's winter storm is bringing snow, sleet and freezing rain to many of Connecticut’s roadways.

Hundreds of schools are closed because of the storm including districts in Norwalk and Greenwich. 

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Department of Transportation and Department of Public Works officials say they treated roads Monday.  

The snow is changing over to sleet and then freezing rain towards the evening commute.  

Those driving are urged to exercise caution, local officials say. 

 

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