Another Day Without School in Rocky Hill

More wicked weather bears down on central and western Connecticut.


On the heels of a blizzard that dumped as much as two feet on the area overnight, the National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting a period of freezing rain passing over central and Western Connecticut, including Rocky Hill beginning early Monday morning.

Though the ice and snowfall from this front will not be substantial, current road conditions and areas of fog predicted to set in have prompted the NWS to issue a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Monday morning.

“Ice accumulations are expected to be minimal, only a couple hundredths of an inch,” according to the NWS, “However, this, combined with the recent heavy snowfall could result in slick travel conditions during the morning commute.”

As of the most recent forecasts, there is a 30 percent chance of freezing rain after 3 a.m. Monday, increasing to 90 percent by 9 a.m. Temperatures will warm throughout the day but periods of rain and freezing rain, possibly heavy at times, are expected through Monday evening.

With more precipitation on the way, officials are urging residents to clear roofs, drainage areas and exhaust vents before conditions make this more necessary and more difficult.


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