CT Shoreline Prepares For Tropical Storm HermineConnecticut's shoreline communities prepare for the possible effects of Tropical Storm Hermine over the Labor Day weekend.
Thousands Of Outages Reported After Hartford-area ThunderstormsThunderstorms that passed through towns to the west of Hartford today caused more than 10,000 outages, according to Eversource.
Towns Open Cooling Centers Across ConnecticutWith tropical temperatures forecast above 90 degrees this week, towns opened cooling centers across the state.
DPH Issues Drought AdvisoryThe state Department of Public Health is issuing a drought advisory for Connecticut.
Spring Storm Could Bring 3-4 Inches Of Snow Across ConnecticutSouthern New England is getting hit by a second consecutive day of April snow.
Governor Activates State's Cold-Weather Shelter PlanGov. Dannel P. Malloy has activated the state's cold-weather shelter plan in advance of a cold snap that is expected to bring sub-zero temperatures to Connecticut.
New England Mops Up As Snow Falls On East CoastA wind-driven winter storm that brought blizzard conditions to Cape Cod has fallen short of forecast snowfall totals, sparing the Northeast the widespread power outages that had been predicted.
Connecticut Returning To Normal Following SnowstormAccumulations vary widely across the state
Shoreline Cities Preparing For SnowstormOfficials are taking precautions for a weekend snowstorm in cities and towns along Connecticut's shore, which is expected to be the hardest hit part of the state.
Connecticut Braces For Year's First Big Storm, Significant SnowfallThe South and East are bracing for a nor'easter at the end of the week with the potential for significant snowfall.
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36 Million Americans Under Some Type Of Winter Weather Advisory On First Day Of SpringJust when flowering bulbs were poking out their heads and snow shovels were getting a well-deserved rest, winter weather has come back. And on the first day of spring no less.