Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he’s “disappointed” in the number of out-of-state crews that had promised to help Connecticut recover from last weekend’s nor’easter.
So many trees and utility wires are down across Connecticut that many local officials are urging parents not to bring their children trick-or-treating this Halloween.
Utilities scrambled Monday to restore power to nearly 8 million homes and businesses left in the dark by Hurricane Irene.
More than 4 million homes and businesses were without power Sunday morning as Hurricane Irene continued to roar up the East Coast and took aim at the New York City area and New England.
CL&P is reporting outages throughout Connecticut. Click on the link below to see their outage map. CLICK HERE FOR CL&P’s OUTAGE MAP
Governor Malloy is urging Connecticut residents and businesses to prepare for storms that could hit the state at the onset of the hurricane season.
Problems with transmission lines at two substations caused thousands of power outages in the western part of Connecticut Saturday morning, said Connecticut Light and Power.
A line of powerful thunderstorms swept across Connecticut, knocking out power to more than 140,000 homes at one point.
Its another day and another winter storm in Connecticut.