Mobile 12: Roads mostly clear after rain washes away snow
Roads are clear around Western Connecticut as much of the snow left behind from a winter storm has been washed away by rain.
Some secondary roads may be slushy, but I-95 and main roads appeared clear and just a little slick Thursday morning.
The late February snowstorm blanketed the region Wednesday with snow, sleet and then rain.
Several car accidents related to road conditions have been reported in Stamford and Brookfield.
Thursday is expected to be partly cloudy with breaks of sunshine.