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Gov. Ned Lamont 6h
During the partial activation, the EOC will be staffed w/ personnel from (including , , and Cmsn on Fire Prevention and Control), , , , and liaisons from and
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Gov. Ned Lamont 6h
We'll be partially activating the state's Emergency Operations Center beginning at 6PM today to monitor storm conditions across the state. Forecasts are showing a range of accumulating snow, sleet, and freezing rain.
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NWS Boston 6h
[10 am] most of us in enjoying some sunshine this morning per latest . However a cold wind off the relatively warm ocean waters (40F) is transporting clouds this morning & ocean effect showers/flurries this afternoon onshore to & eastern MA
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NWS New York NY 9h
[Saturday Morning Update Thread] Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect for portions of NE NJ, the Lower Hudson Valley and extreme western CT. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for NYC, northwest Long Island, portions of NE NJ and southern CT.
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NWS Eastern Region 22h
Latest snowfall, ice accumulation, and total precipitation forecasts for the upcoming weekend storm.
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NWS Eastern Region Jan 18
Here is a look at the expected precipitation timing for this weekend's winter storm, It will be turning much colder after the storm, so wet roadways and other surfaces may quickly freeze Sunday and Sunday night
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Gov. Ned Lamont Jan 18
This weekend's winter storm has the potential to create a number of power outages. Proper use of generators or grills is critical to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
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NWS New York NY Jan 18
A significant storm will impact the area late Saturday-Sunday. Precipitation will begin as snow, with a transition to a wintry mix inland and plain rain along the coast into Sunday am. Significant snow and ice accumulations are likely away from the coast.
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Gov. Ned Lamont Jan 17
Replying to @211CT
Shelters are open throughout and will remain open throughout the storm. If you or someone you know is in need of shelter, please call 2-1-1.
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Gov. Ned Lamont Jan 17
Replying to @GovNedLamont
Brutal cold temps are expected to move into as the storm is ending on Sunday. Gov. Lamont will activate the state's Severe Cold Weather Protocol from 12PM Sunday to 12PM Wednesday to help the most vulnerable in our communities access shelters. MORE:
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Gov. Ned Lamont Jan 17
Gov. Lamont is urging residents to be prepared as a significant winter storm is forecast to impact the state Saturday night into Sunday. Folks should make plans to stay in one location during the storm - only travel if absolutely necessary. MORE:
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NWS New York NY Jan 17
[8 pm Fri 1/17/19] Here is the latest briefing on the storm that is forecast to impact the area this weekend!
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NWS New York NY Jan 17
Winter Storm Watches in effect as a significant winter storm impacts the area this weekend. 3"-10" of snow & sleet with up to 1/4" of ice possible. Flash freeze likely for areas that see rain as temps drop throughout the day Sunday. Travel on untreated surfaces will be difficult.
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CTDESPP/DEMHS Jan 17
The has issued a Winter Storm Watch for the entire state from Saturday evening through Sunday.
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CTDESPP/DEMHS Jan 17
Light snow will impact tomorrow mornings AM commute. Take it slow on the roads and give yourself a little extra time to get to your destination.
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Gov. Ned Lamont Jan 17
In preparation for the coming snow, has been pre-treating bridges and roads throughout the state. Our fleet of plows is ready and standing by. The forecast continues to show varying models - we're asking folks to stay alert for updates as it gains more confidence. ❄️⚠️
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NWS Boston Jan 17
Light snow arrives late tonight into Friday morning. The Friday morning commute will likely be impacted to some extent.
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NWS Boston Jan 16
While most of the attention continues to focus on this weekend (for good reason), light snow will be falling during the Friday morning commute. Here's a look at the totals for Friday:
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Gov. Ned Lamont Jan 16
Replying to @GovNedLamont
Also, the forecast is indicating another round of winter weather beginning Saturday night into Sunday. Models are showing mixed precipitation (snow, sleet, rain, freezing rain) - we're asking folks to stay alert for updates over the next few days as it gains more confidence.
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Gov. Ned Lamont Jan 16
The current forecast is calling for some snow very early Friday morning, the timing of which could impact the AM commute. Please take it slow on the roads on Friday morning, and stay alert for further updates.
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