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Wind Chill Advisories, Sand Available for Ridgefield Residents

Sand Available for Residents

With bitterly cold temperatures and the presence of ice, First Selectman Rudy Marconi reminds residents that sand is provided for residents (non-commercial) use) in a pile directly across South Street from the town’s Animal Control Center.

Department of Emergency Services Weather Advisories

Wind Chill Advisories are in effect for the entire state until Monday, 21 January.
Wind Advisories are in effect for all coastal counties until Tuesday, 22 January.
 
The radar has cleared and there are no reports of precipitation from any Connecticut reporting stations.
 
Temperatures in the teens continue to filter into the northwest portions of the state.  The entire state will experience rapid drops in temperature as the skies clear and the cold air intrusion expands southeastward.  Expect temperatures near 0 for Monday morning in the northern tier counties and single digits in the southern tier counties. 
 
Winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20 mph will become increasingly gusty this evening.  Gusts along the coast to 50 mph are possible by early tomorrow afternoon.  Inland gusts will approach 45 mph.
 
Wind chills will range from -15 to -25 degrees in the northern counties and -10 to -15 degrees in the southern counties by tomorrow morning.  

 

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