GPD Warn Residents: Prepare for 12″ Snow & Flooding in Nor’Easter No 2

GPD Storm Update March 6, 2018, 2:00pm

As of 2:00pm on Tuesday, all but four roads have been opened to traffic. Utility crews continue to work to restore service to customers.

Hazardous Conditions Possible
A forecasted winter storm is expected to move into the area later tonight and last through late Wednesday to early Thursday morning.

Heavy wet blowing snow as much as two inches an hour may make driving difficult at times during the height of the storm.

Greenwich Police update, March 6, 11:45am:

A winter storm is approaching the area and residents are urged to prepare.

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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Greenwich Police update, 8:30am, March 6:  Storm clean-up and recovery continues. As of 8:30 A.M. the full road closure count in the Town of Greenwich was down to 14. Utility companies continue to work to remove down lines and restore service to affected areas.

Please do not go near or touch any wire even if the power is off in your area. It may still be energized and cause serious injury or death.

Current forecasts call for a nor’easter to develop tonight. While we should hope for the best we should be prepared for the worst. Snow accumulations up to 12 inches, more wind, and coastal flooding are expected.

Traveling on Wednesday is expected to be hazardous due to the heavy wet and blowing snow conditions.