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5:25 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 8
Region 14 Schools will have a 2 hour delayed opening today, Thursday, November 8th. There will be no morning Star Preschool, the Region 14 website stated.
11:15 p.m. Wed., 11/7
The following information is from the Woodbury Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Facebook page:
WARNING: Road conditions within town have deteriorated greatly. Due to slippery conditions, heavy amounts of snow, and degraded visibility, it is currently unsafe to drive. Motorists should use extreme caution when driving and only travel if it is absolutely necessary.
6:32 p.m. Wed., 11/7
The town of Woodbury issued a CodeRed message noting:
- The Emergency Services Building, 25 Quassuk Rd., is not open now but will open as a comfort and warming session on an as-needed basis. The ESB can be reached at 203-263-3100.
- Watch for falling tree branches and blowing wind that may reduce visibility.
- Public Works is sanding and plowing roads
- Be prepared to lose power.
4:30 p.m. Wed., 11/7
Strong winds expected through Thursday morning
10:45 a.m. Wed., 11/7
Early Dismissal: Region 14 and Region 15
While rain and snow are in Wednesday's forecast for Middlebury, the switch to all snow isn't slated to begin until after 8 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
Even then, snow accumulation estimates are for less than half an inch. Temperatures may drop to 29 degrees and gusts of wind could be as high as 39 mph.
On Thursday in Middlebury, snow showers are likely before 8 a.m. and temperatures are projected to near 41 degrees during the day. Wind could get as high as 31 mph and new snowfall estimates are at less than half an inch.
After Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on the East Coast, CL&P and UI say they are ready for the forecasted nor'easter.
Weather in Woodbury
On Wednesday, there's a slight chance for snow before 11 a.m. but rain is likely, the National Weather Service reports. Little to no snow accumulation is expected.
After 5 a.m. early Thursday morning, the forecast calls for a mix of rain and snow, switching to all snow. A snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches is possible.
On Thursday, rain and snow is likely before 10 a.m. New precipitation amounts of between a tenth and quarter of an inch are possible.