There is a good chance Connecticut could get slammed with the most significant snowstorm of winter on Friday.
As much as 20 inches could fall in the northeast corner of the state, forecasters say, with between 6 to 8 inches of a “wintry mix” expected along the shore. But a lot depends on what track the still-forming storm takes, with the possibility that it could deal the state a glancing blow as it aims for Cape and the Maine coast.
FEMA provides some tips on dealing with winter storms here.
We don’t want you to be unprepared for the storm, so we put together a list of things you could do to get ready. What did we miss? Post your suggestions in the comments below.