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Winter Weather Advisory Remains in Effect in Sudbury

Both SPS and Lincoln-Sudbury opened on time today.

Winter weather advisory. Map courtesy NWS
Winter weather advisory. Map courtesy NWS
A combination of snow, sleet and freezing rain Monday morning has forced the National Weather Service to issue a winter weather advisory for the area, which includes Sudbury.

Residents can expect up to an inch of snow, along with a trace of ice, making for tricky driving conditions.

The wintry precipitation is expected to change over to all rain by the afternoon.

According to Sudbury Police Lt. Robert Grady, the town's DPW crews have done a good job treating the roads.

"They were out early, so far so good," he said. "The roads seem warm enough so (freezing rain) doesn’t become an issue." 

Grady said there was one minor accident reported just after 7 a.m. on Hudson Road where a pedestrian was "clipped" by a motor vehicle. The pedestrian suffered minor injuries and was transported to Emerson Hospital.

Grady said it did not seem the accident was weather related.

There were no reports of either Sudbury Public Schools and Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School opening late today.



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