Governor Ned Lamont will be activating the state’s Severe Weather Protocol Friday, as temperatures are expected to dip into the single digital and teens.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — “I walked outside, I realized how cold it was, and I turned back around.” Like the rest of us, Tyrell Jackson would have stayed home if he could, but he has a deadline; he’s working on a research paper. He threw on a couple of extra layers and headed to […]
Starting Wednesday afternoon, Governor Dan Malloy will activate the state’s severe cold weather protocol in preparation for the frigid cold occurring Thanksgiving day.
Governor Ned Lamont has activated the state’s Severe Cold Weather Protocol for Wednesday night into Saturday morning.
The Severe Cold Weather Protocol is in effect Tuesday morning as thousands of people are waking up without power after Monday’s powerful winds.
With bitter cold on the way for the state later in the week, Governor Dannel Malloy announced that he is activating the state’s Severe Cold Weather Protocol.
Governor Ned Lamont activated the state’s Severe Cold Weather Protocol on Monday evening.
In response to expected bitter cold temperatures coming in, Governor Ned Lamont has announced on Tuesday that he will activate Connecticut’s Severe Cold Weather Protocol from Wednesday to Sunday.
Connecticut is preparing for its first blast of wintry weather in 2019.
With very low temps coupled with below-zero wind chill on the way, New Haven Mayor Toni Harp is directing the city’s emergency operations team to activate the Severe Cold Weather Protocol.