Update (3:30 p.m.):
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- The freezing rain advisory in place for Fairfield County has been extended for the second time on Sunday.
The National Weather Service extended the advisory to 10 p.m. It had been in effect until 7 p.m. after earlier being in effect until 1 p.m.
Noon update: FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Residents of Fairfield County may want to change or cancel their weekend plans after the National Weather Service extended the freezing rain advisory until 7 p.m. Sunday, the National Weather Service said.
Roads may be slippery and dangerous throughout the entire state of Connecticut and the Hudson Valley, the weather service said.
Police throughout Fairfield County were reporting numerous car accidents. The Norwalk Fire Department rescued two kayakers from the waters of Norwalk Harbor and took them to the Cove Marina, a witness said.
The freezing rain and drizzle may not change until rain until late afternoon, especially at higher elevations and north of the coastline, as temperatures continued to hover near freezing.
Original story: FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- After being slammed by a snowstorm and record cold, Fairfield County drivers are facing the dangers of ice with a freezing rain advisory in effect until 1 p.m. Sunday, the National Weather Service said.
A glaze of ice could make travel treacherous, especially on untreated and elevated services, the weather service said.
Freezing rain and freezing drizzle could lead to a trace of ice accumulation across the morning with temperatures in the lower 20s.
The precipitation should change to all rain by early afternoon.
Drivers should exercise caution.
It will be cloudy, with a high near 39 on Sunday afternoon. Rain is expected Sunday night.
More rain showers and highs in the 40s are expected Sunday, with snow possible in the evening as temperatures drop back into single digits overnight.