Treacherous travel along I-84 in Sturbridge, Mass.

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February 5, 2014, 11:34 am
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(NECN: Brian Burnell, Sturbridge, Mass.) - Wednesday's winter storm has brought about diverse precipitation all across New England. Snow, sleet and rain have fallen.

NECN's Brian Burnell was driving east on Interstate-84 and said the further north, the more snow there is than sleet.

Road conditions are slick, slushy and icy. Cars and trucks are struggling to travel on the roads.

It's advised to remain off the roads as a second round of stormy weather is expected to hit later in the day.

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