Updated: Friday, 08 Mar 2013, 12:43 PM EST
Published : Friday, 08 Mar 2013, 6:29 AM EST
UPDATE: (WTNH) -- John Carey of the Connecticut Department of Transportation said "it could be better" on the state's highways, but the snow doesn't want to stop coming.
"84 pretty much from Vernon to the Mass. line has been a stubborn area for us," Carey said in a live interview on News 8 at noon.
"This heavy snow band doesn't seem to want to stop coming into the state, especially in the northeast corners."
More than 800 DOT trucks and private contracting trucks are out working the roads.
(WTNH) -- On Good Morning Connecticut Friday, we spoke with Jeff Adams of the Connecticut Department of Transportation about the big trouble spots in the state as of 6:15 a.m.
Adams said drivers been to be aware of changing conditions and "people really need to leave extra time" and not rush to get to work.
The DOT said its full compliment of 632 trucks are out on the road, plus private contractors, clearing highways.