As snow continues to fall across the Tri-State Area thanks to a power-packed blizzard, total accumulations will continue to rise.
Gov. Dannel Malloy asked for more shelters to be opened up across the state as residents deal with the outages.
More than three million people are without power in the Northeast after a massive and rare October snow storm hit the region on Saturday.
Village Administrator Anthony Giaccio told WCBS 880′s Catherine Cioffi hopefully the weather would “stay as its been for the last week.”
The railroad was working on a timetable that would take effect only in emergencies, like when service was completely suspended during last month’s blizzard.
In a frantic effort to avoid another chaotic and dangerous situation, the mayor and top agencies released a 15-point action plan to combat future storms, including the one expected to hit Tuesday.
Even though Friday’s storm wasn’t much to speak about in the five boroughs, the City’s aggressive response was a comfort to many still upset from the blizzard.
On the day after the day after, New Yorkers were left wondering what happened. There are still many streets that haven’t seen a plow yet.
Authorities say a roof has collapsed on a warehouse in Brooklyn. There are no reports of injuries.
The Mayor held a press conference Sunday afternoon updating New Yorkers on the city’s plan of action for the blizzard and advising them to stay off the roads.
Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell has ordered the opening of the state’s emergency operations center to help officials respond to problems caused by a major snow storm headed to New England.