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Icy conditions to continue into Wednesday morning


(WTNH) — Icy conditions are expected to create hazardous driving conditions into Wednesday.

Winter Weather Advisories are still in effect for multiple counties.

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Several districts canceled started announcing delays Tuesday night.

See full list of closing


Ice will continue as warm air moves in higher in the atmosphere. It built up on trees and powerlines and caused some outages in parts of the state Tuesday.

Wethersfield saw hundreds of outages after a fire on Wells and Wolcott Hill roads.

Power restored to most Connecticut residents following Thursday outages

Temperatures are expected to dip back into the 20s and 30s Tuesday night, causing the wintry mess on roadways to freeze and ice over.

Cold temperatures will stick around Wednesday night, bringing snow squalls during the evening rush with an Arctic cold front. Temperatures will dip into the teens and single digits with a wind chill of 0 to 10 below Wednesday night and Thursday morning.

RELATED: Parking bans put in place Monday night ahead of snow, ice storm

Those cold temperatures are going to stick around for the rest of the week.

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