8:30 AM: Worst of Storm is Over

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By Quincy Vagell on January 16, 2013, 8:25am Last modified: January 16, 2013, 12:26pm

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Spotty mixed precipitation is falling across the state with some drizzle and light rain along the I-95 corridor. Most of the accumulating snow is now over.

Although steady precipitation is over, some occasional drizzle, freezing drizzle inland and some light sleet/snow in the hills may continue.
With temperatures in the lower 30's inland, slippery conditions are still expected.
A few areas may receive a glaze of ice, especially across the hills of northern Conn. 

Lingering precipitation will tend to taper off and as temperatures slowly rise through the 30's, gradually improving conditions are expected. With that said, some of the hill towns may remain near or below freezing, so keep that in mind if you are traveling.

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