NEW BRITAIN – A few inches of the white stuff hit the central Connecticut area in a snow fall from Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
According to the National Weather Service, as of 8:50 a.m. Wednesday morning, Burlington received the most amount of snow in Hartford County at 4 inches over the course of the eight-hour storm. West Hartford received 3.2 inches.
Bristol police reported four car accidents during the snowfall, including one involving a tractor trailer that was struck on Route 69. No injuries were reported, but the collision caused a minor diesel spill.
New Britain, Plymouth, Berlin, Newington, Plainville and Southington police had no major incidents to report that happened as a result of the storm Wednesday around 10 a.m.
New Britain and Southington schools are canceled for Wednesday. Bristol, Plymouth, Berlin, Newington and Plainville schools are operating on a 2-hour delay.
Temperatures are expected to reach a high of 36 degrees Wednesday, according to WFSB.
Justin Muszynski contributed to this story.
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