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Forecast: Cold but drier conditions expected for Thursday

Colder weather returns overnight; black ice possible Colder weather returns overnight; black ice possible
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The rest of the week and into the weekend should see much drier conditions after Wednesday's storm, according to News 12 meteorologists.

The wintry mix that fell on western Connecticut resulted in some slippery spots on the ground, and residents are urged to be cautious as those spots could potentially turn to ice.

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News 12 meteorologists say the north and northwest parts of western Connecticut saw between 3 and 6 inches of snow, with the central parts of the state seeing between 1 and 3 inches.

Most of the coast saw around an inch of snow.

Thursday is expected to see temperatures in the mid-30s with mostly sunny skies.

Friday should see mostly sunny skies, and temperatures will be in the high-30s. The weekend is expected to be warmer, with highs around 45 degrees.

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