Hurricane Sandy is due to hit Connecticut Sunday night and while the potential for damage varies from town to town, local weathermen agree that the whole state — especially its coastal town — is going to feel the impact.
We’ve collected a selection of what local weathermen are predicting for your part of the state.
And don’t forget to check out Hearst’s storm forecast, our storm photo gallery and coverage of what towns have evacuated and where to find shelters.
- News 12 has arranged a collection of flood and wind pattern graphs for their forecast, and remind their viewers that the wind shouldn’t become dangerous until late Sunday night, but a flood warning will remain in effect from Sunday night until 3 p.m., Tuesday, with a high wind warning in effect until 6 p.m.
- Hearst’s own SciGuy Eric Berger weighs on on the path of the storm, with track models and surge zone graphs of the impact areas.
- NBC Connecticut has arranged a list of shelters in the state along with a list of the towns that have had mandatory evacuation orders. You can watch their live coverage of the storm below:
- Fox Connecticut is similarly predicting rough weather when the storm hits the east coast, starting with New Jersey, Monday. They’ve arranged a photo gallery of storm preparation, and you can watch coverage of their forecast by following this link. For a more specific breakdown of Fox’s coverage, they have a town-by-town weather listing.
- WFSB is running an interactive map on their weather page, breaking down the expected impact county-by-county along with the surrounding states. Their general weather forecast can be found here and you can watch their latest video forecast here:
- WTNH is predicting houses across the entire state will lose power, with winds hitting 20-40 MPH Sunday night, with rain and the highest flooding taking place Monday and Tuesday. You can see their ongoing storm coverage below: