The state - and region - had been bracing for days
For days, meterologists and state officials have been saying that “Superstorm Sandy” would be one of the worst weather events in history - and as we woke up this morning, it seems those predictions were true.
More than 625 thousand customers are without power today because of high winds that uprooted trees and knocked down power lines.
And as Governor Dannell Malloy told the state in a briefing this morning, an unknown number of shoreline residents may be stranded by flooding.
Today, we’ll go around the state and get the latest on storm recovery.