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.
Disaster Declaration To Cover Some Blizzard CostsA federal disaster declaration was issued today for the blizzard that hit the state in January.
For Northeast, A Brutal Winter Redefines 'Enough Is Enough'Forget the winter of our discontent. For Northeasterners enduring one of the coldest, snowiest seasons in decades, it's the winter of our exasperation, full-on funk and enough-is-enough rage.
FEMA Sends Teams To Assess Blizzard Damage In Rhode IslandThe Federal Emergency Management Agency has sent teams to Rhode Island to assess the damages from the recent blizzard.
Is Climate Change Behind The Northeast's Extreme Winter Storms?As a nor'easter prepares to pummel the Northeast, environmentalists have turned to climate change to explain this season's storms.
Forecasters Warn Of 'Flash Freezing' In NortheastForecasters from Philadelphia to Portland, Maine, have warned that "flash freezing" could make roads dangerously slippery a day after snow fell on much of the East Coast.
Mayor: New London Snow Removal Could Take "Days"
New England Resident: 'I Had To Jump Out The Window' Because I Couldn't Get Out DoorNew Englanders savaged by a blizzard packing knee-high snowfall and hurricane-force winds began digging out as New Yorkers and others spared its full fury questioned whether forecasts were overblown.
'School Is Closed' Becomes 'Frozen' Song Parody In Rhode Island School's VideoMoses Brown School released video showing the head of school singing the closure announcement to the tune of "Let It Go."
Blizzard Was A Miss, Not A BustSmall last minute changes in the air morphed what was supposed to be crippling feet of snow into a handful of inches, leading one forecaster to apologize, the National Weather Service boss to get defensive, politicians to explain themselves and some Northeast residents wondering where the much-hyped snow went.