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With Record Temps Yielding To Heavy Snow, Stamford Hunkers Down

The neighborhood near Strawberry Hill Avenue in Stamford is completely deserted on Thursday after a heavy snowfall. Photo Credit: Frank MacEachern
The heavy snow makes for a beautiful sight on this huge evergreen in Old Greenwich on Thursday. Photo Credit: Sarah Bamford
That's an even 10 inches in Stratford — with more snow on the way Thursday. Photo Credit: Kerry Whitham
Neither rain nor snow nor dark of night: A postman makes his rounds on a stormy Thursday in Trumbull. Photo Credit: Roy Fuchs
Not a soul braved the chill conditions and blustery snow on Hackley Street in Bridgeport Thursday morning. Photo Credit: Meredith Guinness
No plows had visited Hackley Street in Bridgeport Thursday morning, as blustery snow continued to blanket the area. Photo Credit: Meredith Guinness
Snow was falling steadily at Hackley Street and Harbor Avenue in Bridgeport Thursday morning. Photo Credit: Meredith Guinness
No one is venturing outside on a stormy Thursday morning in Southport. Over a foot of snow is forecast to fall by evening. Photo Credit: Andrea Graziano
It's probably not a good day to relax on the deck as the snow falls at a rate of 1 to 2 inches per hour on Thursday in Fairfield. Photo Credit: Andrea Graziano
The deck furniture is almost completely buried by snow at this home in North Wilton — and even more snow is headed our way on Thursday. Photo Credit: Shelley Dempsey
That's over 10 inches of snow in Ridgefield, with more on the way as a storm continues to hammer the state on Thursday. Photo Credit: Sharon Collins

STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford was buried under heavy snow by Thursday afternoon, with meteorologists predicting up to 14 inches of the white stuff to fall across Fairfield County by the end of the day.

Connecticut State Police are warning that highways and roads are snow-covered and slippery — and visibility is poor with snow falling at a rate of 1 to 2 inches per hour. Temperatures are in the 20s — after a high near 60 on Wednesday — with 20 to 25 mph winds.

And besides, your destination is probably closed because of the severity of the storm. All schools and colleges are closed in Fairfield County and most City Halls and Town Halls, many major employers and malls are closed, too.

Traffic is very light on I-95 and I-84, according to the cameras for the Connecticut Department of Transportation.

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