Updated: Friday, 26 Feb 2010, 10:48 PM EST
Published : Friday, 26 Feb 2010, 5:29 AM EST
New Haven (WTNH) - If you have been out on the roads tonight you may have encountered some slick travel, and those conditions may last into tomorrow morning.
As News Channel 8's Jamie Muro roamed the state tonight, he saw DOT trucks out in full force, treating the highways to make sure things are safe for drivers. Most spots were wet, but the shoulder areas had a nice coating of snow.
But the concern is ice as the temperatures dip.
"It's not that bad. I'm used to it, born and raised in Connecticut," said Mike Anderson of Middletown. "Couple of little slick spots here and there, but otherwise, not too bad."
The latest winter storm didn't bring much snow to most of the state, but in Fairfield County they were seeing snow since last night. In Greenwich, some folks were reporting up to 10 inches.
"What are you going to do? Shovel, shovel, shovel," said Bill Zikias of Greenwich.
The shovels were also out in Norwalk pushing back about six inches of snow. TJ Boyrer, a fourth grader, was thrilled that he could go sledding today.
"I was so happy. I ran and told everybody that school was canceled," he said.
Storm Team 8's Geoff Fox says snow flurries are likely Saturday, but again, nothing that will accumulate.