One Week After Sandy
With a nor'easter in the forecast, thousands still don't have power.
It’s been one week since Sandy hit, and the state and region are still clearing up. While Connecticut has not suffered anything like the damage inflicted on New Jersey or Queens, thousands are still in the dark - and it’s unclear how this might all affect tomorrow’s election.
We get an update on power outages from Connecticut Light & Power's Frank Poirot. We'll also hear from Greenwich's First Selectman Peter Tesei. That town was rocked by Sandy and many are still without power.
The Connecticut Mirror's Keith Phaneuf also tells us how things look for Election Day and what concerns people still have a day out from the election.
Also, there is a nor'easter that is in the forecast and NBC Connecticut meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan will tell us what to brace for.