(WTNH) — A wintry mix that moved across the state on Wednesday has left more than 59,000 Connecticut homes in the dark.
Eversource says more than 54,000 customers were without power as of 2:45 a.m. on Friday. The number was more than 5,400 customers for United Illuminating. Norwich Public Utilities reported at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday March 7, that all service had been restored to customers.
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Crews have been working around the clock as Connecticut has been hit with nearly back to back storms between last Friday and Wednesday.
News 8 has assembled a handy list of important resources for you to check out during storms.
If a resource you’re looking for isn’t on this list, email us at News 8 and we’ll add it.
- Eversource Outage Map
- Eversource – report that your power is out
- Eversrouce Storm Preparedness Guide
- United Illuminating Outage Map
- United Illuminating Storm Center
- United Illuminating – report that your power is out
Mass Transit (trains, planes, buses)
- Bradley International Airport
- Flightaware.com – Track flights delays and cancellations anywhere
- Metro-North Railroad
- CT Transit Buses
Connecticut Municipal Contacts and Emergency Shelters
- Connecticut Cities and Towns
- Connecticut Emergency Shelters
- SeeClickFix – Report downed trees blocking roadways, streetlights out, potholes, or other town issues
School Closings, Delays, or Early Dismissals
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