Many Connecticut residents reporting thundersnow, but what is it?
Governor Malloy met with Emergency Management Crews in Hartford to give us an update on how the state is handling Thursday’s blizzard.
Six people were injured in a bus accident in New Haven Thursday morning.
A crash closed part of Interstate 95 southbound on the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge in New Haven Thursday morning.
Kevin Nursick with the Department of Transportation gives us a perspective on what’s happening out there.
A jackknifed tractor trailer closed most of I-95 northbound on the West Haven/Orange line earlier, but that accident has been cleared.
With all of this snow coming in, some 24-hour diners remain open.
The goal is stay out of the hospital in these wintry conditions but unfortunately, injuries are a part of these type of weather events.
Several flights out of Bradley International Airport have been canceled due to the snowstorm.
State trooper Kelly Grant joined us on the phone with where things stand.
Follow along with the entire News 8 on-air team as we cover today’s snow storm.
The snow has begun to come down and it is already coating the roads.
A major snowstorm is moving into Connecticut today bringing near blizzard conditions
For Genua Kariotis and her two daughters, their storm survival kit includes mini baked pretzels, ice cream and cheese strudels.
Governor Dannel Malloy held a press conference Wednesday afternoon at the DOT Garage in East Hartford to talk about Thursday’s storm.