From the Hartford Courant:
Though more than 15 hours had past, nearly 90,000 power outages across much of western, central and southern Connecticut remained as people awoke Wednesday morning to take in the extent of the devastation.
Despite issues Tuesday, Metro-North said early Wednesday that it plans to run a normal schedule of trains through the day.
As the storm moved into Connecticut, the National Weather Service issued tornado warnings – meaning a tornado was occurring or about to occur – in five of the state’s eight counties. The NWS will spend the next few days determining whether a tornado actually hit the state, or if it was simply a violent thunderstorm. Two residents of Brookfield, however, said they thought they saw the funnel of a tornado early Tuesday evening.
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