Snow and accidents are making the morning commute in Connecticut difficult for a second-straight day and schools across the state are closed as a large winter storm begins its exit from New England. Interstate 95 northbound in Clinton was closed for several hours Friday morning because of a jackknifed tractor-trailer. The highway has reopened.
Weather forecasters expect New London County to be the hardest-hit part of Connecticut as a winter storm approaches with heavy snow and high winds.
The city of Milford is calling on able-bodied men and women to join a shovel brigade to help clear sidewalks in residential neighborhoods.
Connecticut’s largest cities were struggling to remove huge amounts of snow from narrow streets littered with abandoned vehicles.
Some snow-weary Northeasterners were struggling through their morning commutes on slick, unplowed streets Tuesday, even though the weekend storm was long gone.
Waterbury Mayor Neil O’Leary is trying to recruit local teenagers and adults to help shovel out the city’s schools.
New Haven police are turning back non-essential traffic as city crews try to clear local streets after the blizzard.
As electricity returns and highways reopen, some Northeast residents tried to get back to their weekday routines Monday following the massive snowstorm that had millions digging out from New York to Maine.
A look at effects in states and provinces in the path of the massive storm that swept across the Northeast U.S. and southern Canada
Governor Malloy updated the status of storm recovery efforts with a briefing at 6 p.m. Sunday.