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Extreme cold weather protocol extended through Monday

The extreme bitterly cold temperatures aren't the only trouble facing residents today, it's the high winds and wind chill.  That could lead to power problems.   Governor Dannel Malloy says the severe cold weather protocol creates a clearinghouse to match shelters and warming centers with people who need them.  The protocol has been extended through Monday. 

 

State agencies work with United Way 2-1-1 and the state's network of homeless shelters to make sure people are protected from the frigid temperatures. 

 

Driving wasn't the only problem people encountered the day after the big snow storm.  Metro-North had to run a reduced schedule yesterday with some combined and cancelled trains.  The extremely low temperatures also caused some issues for train service and other Metro North infrastructure. 

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Brian Kilmeade

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