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Connecticut is once again dealing with a round of wintry weather Thursday, which prompted some school districts in the state to open late and others to ponder an early dismissal this afternoon.
However, according to Superintendent of Schools Dr. Greg Florio's office, there will be no early dismissal for Cheshire schools today.
The weather is suppose to produce light snow and rain throughout much of the day, but accumulation is expected to be light. However, another round of heavy, wet snow is expected to fall overnight Thursday into Friday morning, with some central areas of the state potentially receiving anywhere between three to six inches of additional snow. The storm is suppose to clear out of the region by late morning or early afternoon Friday.