Malloy speaks on state storm response

WTNH– Governor Malloy talked about the state response to the storm late Wednesday afternoon.

He says, although the worst of the storm has passed, people still need to be careful if they’re heading out tonight.

“I do want to say as the temperatures drop into the teens tonight, you should be mindful that black ice will appear and could pop up anywhere in the state,” said Governor Dannel Malloy,(D) Connecticut.

The governor also expects full bus and train service to resume Thursday morning.


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