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Flood Warning in Fairfield County, Connecticut issued September 24 at 7:40PM EDT until September 25 at 8:18AM EDT

Date: 2021-09-25 23:39:14 9/24/2021 7:40:00 PM until 9/25/2021 8:18:00 AM   EXPIRED The Flood Warning is now in effect until tomorrow morning… The Flood Warning continues for the Still River At Brookfield. * Until tomorrow morning. * At 6:45 PM EDT Friday the stage was 13.1 feet. * Flood stage is 12.0 feet. * Minor …

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Connecticut infrastructure, overwhelmed by Ida, wasn’t designed for increasingly intense storms, officials say on tour of damage

Date: 2021-09-03 15:45:28 In the immediate future, state officials issued a warning about swimming, fishing and using paddleboards where high waters released untreated sewage, particularly in urban areas such as Bridgeport, Hartford, Waterbury, Middletown, Meriden, Wallingford, Stamford, Norwalk, Norwich, and the greater New Haven area within 48 hours of the end of the rainfall. Source …

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Connecticut infrastructure, overwhelmed by Ida, wasn’t designed for increasingly intense storms, officials say on tour of damage

Date: 2021-09-03 15:45:00 At the site of a washed-out railroad bank in Redding Friday, Gov. Ned Lamont and other state officials said building resilience against drenching storms like Hurricane Ida is a priority, but the long-term outlook is bleak without action on climate change. Metro North lines in the Danbury area were shut down after …

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Gov. Lamont declares state of emergency after Ida pounds Connecticut; dozens of roads remain flooded, thousands without power and a state trooper swept away in flood waters is in critical condition

Date: 2021-09-02 02:59:02 The still-strong remnants of Hurricane Ida dumped more than a half foot of rain across much of Connecticut overnight, seriously injuring a state trooper, forcing water rescues, closing highways and leaving thousands without power Thursday. Gov. Ned Lamont declared a state of emergency just after noon, joining New York, New Jersey and …

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