Storm Hub: Limit Your Driving to Emergencies Only

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Update 5:00pm: Via Twitter, Greenwich Police Dispatch warn residents, “The roads are slick and dangerous. The heavy wet snow is starting to bring down trees all across town. Please limit your driving for emergencies only.”

Greenwich Police thanked community partners at @EversourceCT who are working hard to keep our power on! Please stay off the road and let them work. Pic: GPD Twitter

Significant progress made from clearing roads from last Friday’s storm. Now Town trucks are gearing up for Wednesday’s. Stay safe and off the snow emergency routes. Image GPD Twitter

Wednesday 8:30am As a new winter storm is approaches the area, we are continuing to clean up after last weekend’ storm. As of 8:30 am, only one road remained blocked. Crews continue to work to remove large trees from Bedford Road.

Residents are urged to prepare for Wednesday’s storm. Current forecasts call for heavy wet snow accumulating up to 12 inches along the coast and higher amounts inland. Strong wind and coastal flooding can also be expected.

Traveling through the region may be hazardous as crews continue to clean-up from last weekend’s storm. New power outages may occur.

Please see Eversource website for important information concerning storm preparedness.

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