Updated: Wednesday, 02 Feb 2011, 11:29 PM EST
Published : Wednesday, 02 Feb 2011, 4:22 AM EST
New Haven, Conn. (WTNH) - The two-day winter storm brought up to 10" of snow and up to 3/4" of ice to Connecticut. Now cold air and strong winds are moving in.
Gov. Dannel Malloy says there are concerns about more roof collapses tonight because of the possibility of strong winds is in the forecast.
"That's our next concern because those buildings that are heavily laden. You start shaking them a little bit, particularly in the agriculture sector, could be a real problem," Malloy noted.
As for the roads, State Police spokesman Lt. J. Paul Vance told News 8 troopers have had more than 1,700 calls for help. "A little tough, treacherous" on the roads, Lt. Vance said.
Metro-North announced today that starting on Monday there will be a reduced winter schedule along the New Haven line due to mechanical problems with so many train cars.
Anyone expecting to fly out of Bradley International Airport better call their airline to check on the flight.
Though the precipitation ended this afternoon, travel is still going to be treacherous tonight and tomorrow morning as everything freezes up.