The National Weather Service is predicting snow, mainly after 10:00pm Sunday night with a low around 22° with an accumulation of 1 to 3 inches of snow possible. Wind chill values between 10 and 20.
More snow is coming Monday and it could be heavy at times. There will be a high near 30° and 7 to 11 more inches of snow possible. ind chill values between 10 and 15. Blustery, with a northeast wind 18 to 25 mph, with gusts as high as 39 mph.
According to the First Selectman, depending upon snowfall and the weather conditions, the Holly Hill Resource Recovery Center may adjust hours of operation on Monday to ensure the safety of residents who use the facility. Please plan your dump runs accordingly.
Should residents need a warming center, the lobby of the Greenwich Public Safety Complex is open 24/7. Face masks and social distancing are required.
Eversource announced that out-of-state crews were being brought in to assist with restoring power, and customer care representatives are at the ready to take calls if needed.
“We’ve been watching this storm for days and will adjust our plan accordingly,” said Eversource President of Regional Electric Operations Craig Hallstrom. “The forecasts call for large amounts of snow and high winds, which may make travel conditions challenging for the crews. We’re checking our equipment and supplies and staging the crews at our work centers across the state to ensure we’re ready to repair any damage we may see from this storm. We also remind customers that restorations may take longer as we ensure the safety of our employees and customers while continuing to work under the challenging conditions related to the pandemic.”
Eversource urges customers to always stay clear of downed wires and to report them immediately to 911. Be sure to report any outage online at www.eversource.com, or by calling 800-286-2000. Customers who signed up for the company’s two-way texting feature can send a text to report an outage and receive outage updates as they happen.