Warming centers open in Connecticut following March nor’easter

(WTNH) — Tens of thousands of homes are still in the dark following Wednesday’s powerful nor’easter.

A number of warming centers have opened up across Connecticut to help residents stay out of the cold and charge devices.


Black Rock Church at 3685 Black Rock Turnpike will allow people to keep warm, charge their phones and have some light food and coffee. The church will be open until 5:00 p.m. on Thursday

Those needing a shower can use the Town Recreation Department’s Fitness Center at 75 Mill Plain Road until 9:30 p.m. on Thursday

Related Content: March nor’easter knocks out power for more than 135,000 in Connecticut

Old Saybrook

Old Saybrook High School at 1111 Boston Post Road will be open for dinner and provides a place to charge phones


Brien McMahon High School at 300 Highland Avenue. The shelter will open at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday


The Westport Center for Senior Activities at 21 Imperial Avenue

Westport Town Hall at 110 Myrtle Avenue

The YMCA at 14 Allen Raymond Lane

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