HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - Snow showers on Wednesday could make some roads slick in parts of the state.

Meteorologist Scot Haney a weak system is swinging through New England.

"It will produce a few snow showers," Haney said. "There may be a dusting of snow in some parts of the state, perhaps up to an inch in the hills."

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Haney didn't expect the showers to have a huge impact on the Wednesday morning commute.

However, he warned that there could be some slick travel into the afternoon in areas that receive a coating.

"The sky will be mostly cloudy, and it will be breezy and cold," Haney said.

Temperatures for Wednesday should reach into the upper-30s and low-40s.

Once the clouds clear by Wednesday night, lows will range from between 25 and 35 degrees.

"The end of the week will be quite pleasant, especially for December," Haney said. "[Thursday] will be mostly sunny."

Highs look to be in the mid-40s, even with a brisk breeze.

After lows dipping into the 20s Thursday night, temps look to rebound back into the 40s to near 50 degrees on Friday.

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