As the State and City prepares for a significant Nor’easter tonight and tomorrow, a winter storm warning is in effect. Mayor Harry Rilling has declared a Snow Emergency effective today, January 28 at 3 p.m. Residents and businesses are reminded to take precautions to keep safe during severe winter weather. Cooperation from residents and businesses is extremely helpful to the efficient and timely removal of snow and ice and the restoration of safe travel in the City. Forecasts are now coming into agreement and this part of the State may receive 10-16 inches of snow. While there is no indication of major coastal flooding in Southwest CT, some minor flooding may occur. The light snow paired with higher winds, may cause reduced visibility at times. Residents are asked to avoid all nonessential travel throughout the weekend.
Here’s the latest updates:
Here’s what else residents can do to help:
Updates and additional resources can be found on the City of Norwalk Snow Center at norwalkct.org/snow.