Snow-narrowed streets making it difficult and dangerous for delivery people to get around New England cities.
Severe thunderstorms in portions of western Connecticut have taken down trees and power lines.Thousands of Connecticut Light and Power customers lost electricity Tuesday night.
Connecticut regulators harshly criticized the state’s biggest utility on Wednesday for its “deficient and inadequate” handling of two massive storms last year and held out the possibility of cutting its allowed profit as punishment for extensive outages affecting hundreds of thousands of customers.
State Police say Interstate 95 at Norwalk had to be closed briefly during heavy rains.
The Hartford Financial Services Group said Wednesday that it expects second-quarter profit to drop by about 68 percent from a year ago.