Winter Storm Expected to Impact Connecticut Saturday Night Through Sunday
recent press release
, Governor Lamont urged Connecticut re
sidents to prepare for the first
winter storm of the season. The storm is anticipated to hit Saturday and impact travel through Sunday. The state's Severe Cold Weather Protocol will also be in effect beginning Sunday, January 20 through Wednesday, January 23 as temperatures across the state and projected to be bitterly cold.
Click HERE to read Governor Lamont's press release.
During times of extreme cold weather, many Connecticut cities and towns open warming centers or shelters. 2-1-1 maintains an up-to-date listing of active warming centers, including location information, hours of operation, and other pertinent details. Visit www.211ct.org and search "Extreme Cold Warming Centers" for a list of active warming centers.
If you or someone you know is in need of shelter or cold weather resources dial 2-1-1 to speak with a contact specialist.
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