Snow, accidents impeding morning commute in Conn.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- Snow and accidents are making the morning commute in Connecticut difficult for a second-straight day and schools across the state are closed as a large winter storm begins its exit from New England.
Interstate 95 northbound is closed in Clinton Friday morning because of a jackknifed tractor-trailer. Another jackknifed tractor-trailer on Interstate 84 westbound in Manchester has forced lane closures. Several other highway accidents are reported.
Bradley International Airport has no major delays. Metro-North trains are running on schedule, but the Waterbury branch has 45 minute delays because of mechanical problems.
Connecticut Light & Power reports about 800 outages in the state. United Illuminating has only a few outages.
The storm is expected dump 4 to 8 inches of snow in much of Connecticut through early Friday afternoon.