Schools across Connecticut are opened 90 minutes to two hours late because of icy road conditions.
A speedy winter storm that blew through parts of the Great Lakes and East on Tuesday is expected to leave a trail of warmer weather and rain that should provide a respite for residents weary of weeks of bitter cold but also create the potential for flooding and collapsing roofs in some areas.
After delaying the start of the workday until 10:00 a.m., Governor Malloy this morning cancelled the first shift for those employees considered non-essential.
Metro-North has announced a reduced schedule for the morning commute.
Legislative leaders and the governor’s office are delaying the start of the legislature for a day, due to the weather forecast
Another looming winter storm is changing the opening day plans for Connecticut’s General Assembly.
Many schools across Connecticut are closed and some flights at Bradley International Airport have been cancelled because of a storm expected to bring up to 5 inches of snow.
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Metro-North Railroad says it’s reducing evening service in response to a worsening snow storm.
With a winter storm bearing down on the state, Governor Malloy has asked for staggered release of nonessential state workers.