The United Way took hundred of calls from people who needed shelter and warming centers in Connecticut during the snowstorm Tuesday morning.
Folks spent Wednesday morning chiseling, chipping, and chopping after the snow, sleet, rain and freezing temperatures.
Schools were closed in Waterbury on Wednesday to allow plow crews to continue digging out clearing school grounds.
Cold wind chills, ice and frozen cars out there this morning
Coastal flooding left behind a mess for communities along the shoreline.
There will be a major clean-up effort underway in Waterbury Wednesday.
The travel ban is over and many schools are cancelled but anyone heading to work can expect an icy and slow morning commute.
A man was rescued by Public Safety officials after his car got stuck in water in Old Saybrook Tuesday.
The strong winds can bring down the power lines and that’s how we lose power.
A rare travel ban in New Haven was lifted earlier Tuesday evening, but a parking ban is still in effect.
News 8’s Bob Wilson is in West Hartford on how the conditions are shaping up out there.
Governor Dannel Malloy gave an update on the blizzard conditions striking our state.
While there are not many power outages, it’s still early in the blizzard and the wind hasn’t begun to blow in earnest just yet.
Metro-North officials announced Tuesday morning that service will stop at 12 noon Tuesday due to the blizzard working through the state.
We will be posting updates on the roads, any power outages and anything else you need to know from each town in the state.