Snow, falling temps make for slick morning commute

WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH)– The overnight rain and snow in some areas is causing a slippery Friday morning commute.

The snow is still falling and temperatures are dropping, which may cause the roads to freeze.

Some light snow in #Waterbury. Wet roads could get slick as temps drop throughout the morning. @WTNH pic.twitter.com/iCYquvMvRK

— Brian Spyros (@BrianSpyros) February 2, 2018

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Good morning! That kinda morning where rain is changing to snow and whats on the ground may freeze. So PLEASE – tell us where you are and what you’re seeing out your door! @WTNH @StormTeam8 #WTNHweather pic.twitter.com/PaY9jzbT12

— Laura Hutchinson (@LauraHutch8) February 2, 2018

There have been plows out putting down sand and salt to help with the slick conditions.

Our view of snow in #Farmington this morning. Roads are getting slick. We’re updating the conditions until 7am on @WTNH pic.twitter.com/ZUwDl59Xal

— Fred Campagna (@FredCampagna) February 2, 2018

Drivers are urged to leave early to take it slow out on the roads.

Vehicles icing up in New Haven. Quick temp drop & windy! @WTNH @NWSNewYorkNY pic.twitter.com/GLBkAszUhz

— Gil Simmons (@gilsimmons) February 2, 2018

WEB EXTRA: A look at the road conditions from the Mobile Weather Lab