Snow started in the capital city around 10 a.m. on Wednesday, and continued to fall until it changed over to freezing rain in the afternoon.
Channel 3 crews in Hartford found a few driver spinouts between then and around noon.
The changeover happened during the afternoon hours.
Crews said they've been working to clear snow from walkways around the University of Connecticut's Hartford campus.
They've been using shovels, leaf blowers and a snow sweeper.
Workers told Channel 3 that they expected to be out there all day despite the head start.
"We do snow removal, we work for LAZ Parking and we have several contracts for people downtown and trying to get the snow off the ground."
No parking ban was issued for Hartford; however, that could change. Check here.
For more on the forecast, head here.
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