Police are towing parked cars, that not only violate town law, but make it difficult for plows to do their job.
Today's forecast calls for a slight chance of snow before 11 a.m., with lots of blowing snow after noon. The high today will be 15 with wind chills as low as -5 given we'll have blustery, north winds up to 20 MPH with gusts to near 40.
Stay with Patch today and Friday for storm related information on closings, cancelations, weather updates, possible issues with outages, road conditions, traffic and more.
Speaking of the NWS, here’s the weather statement about the storm, which is in effect until 1 p.m. Friday.
We will be updating this story though out the day Thursday and into Friday, so stay tuned!
Read the story: Residents must shovel sidewalks in front of their residences.
Watch Those Ice Missiles!
Oh, and FYI: There's a new law that requires Connecticut residents to clean the snow off their vehicles, or face a fine.Alerts
Stonington Police have issued a parking ban. Here's the statement from SPD Capt. Jerry Desmond: "As tonight’s storm approaches, we will have a parking ban in effect from this afternoon through Friday evening. This will allow our the state and our highway departments to plow effectively and efficiently. Parking will not be allowed on the streets until after the storm has finished and the roads have been plowed. Vehicles not removed from the roadways will be ticketed and or towed."
North Stonington schools are also closed Friday.
School is closed Thursday.
DMV has canceled all road tests for Thursday, Jan. 2 and Friday Jan. 3, 2014
Mystic Aquarium is closing at 3 p.m. Thursday and will be closed all day Friday. Here's the story.
Don't forget the pets!
Don't let those pipes burst!
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