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Canaiden Storm Headquarters Jan 2, 2014 - 9:58:06 AM


Huge winter storm bearing down on Connecticut

By Canaiden Media





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The first flurries from a big winter storm that is bearing down on Connecticut started falling down on Thursday morning.

The National Weather Service already issued a winter storm warning, along with a coastal flood warning, both in effect until Friday.

Accumulation is expected to be negligible during the day on Thursday, but overnight snow is predicted to dump 8-16 inches and in some places even more.

Blizzard conditions are forecasted with winds of 15-25 mph with gusts of up to 35 mph along with temperatures in the single digits and wind chill values of -11 in some places.

Wind will continue even after the snow has stopped falling, some time mid day Friday. Forecast calls for very cold, but calmer, weather on Saturday.

Check with your school for delays and closings. Also, if you are flying, check with your airline well ahead of time as many flights have already been cancelled.




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