Road conditions improving as crews continue to clean up snow


HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) – Cities and towns in Hartford County dealt with heavy snow falling on Friday morning.

Snow created treacherous conditions on the roadways for several hours Friday morning. Crews are now working to clear the snow and conditions are improving.

Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin provided an update on conditions in the city just before 7:30 a.m. Watch it below:

In Hartford, there is a parking ban throughout the day on Friday.

Highways throughout the state were covered early Friday morning, creating hazardous driving conditions across the state.

Connecticut State Police are out on the roadways and are encouraging people to either stay off the roads or take it very slowly.

Sgt. Dawn Pagan with State Police provided an update around 7:45 a.m. Watch it below:

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