Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says Connecticut is better prepared for a natural disaster than it was a year ago when the remnants of Hurricane Irene struck the state, but some issues remain.
Connecticut residents and businesses are preparing for an October snowfall with the potential to cause problems with the electric grid.
Connecticut residents appeared to be taking hurricane preparedness warnings to heart on Thursday.
Governor Malloy is urging Connecticut residents and businesses to prepare for storms that could hit the state at the onset of the hurricane season.