Danbury turns into snowglobe

Snow started falling in Danbury this morning — hours ahead of predictions — and turned the city into a big snowglobe with fat flakes.

By 3:30 p.m., though, the flakes are finer and visibility is lower in the grayness.

Gusts throw the snow sideways and folks, it’s chilly out there (as you would expect with snow). This sure does not look or feel like the first week in November.

Conditions are still slushy, but the concern is that lowering temperatures can make the roads ice up. Be careful.

Sounds like I-84 is slow-going, especially through Waterbury. (Hard to tell if that’s because of the weather or the usual bottleneck.)

Jacqueline Smith