Updated: Windsor Storm Hub: Important Numbers, News, Weather, Power Outage Updates

The blizzard warning remains in effect through Saturday afternoon. Officials warn of large snow drifts, strong gusts of wind overnight.

Update; 4 p.m., Sun., Feb. 10

Town officials have announced efforts to remove snow from roads will continue through Sunday.

While many roads remain unfit for larger vehicles  or multiple lane travel, many schools and institutions in town continue to announce closings for Monday.

Click here for a look at which schools, facilities and programs will be closed Monday.

Update; 12:26 p.m., Sat., Feb. 9

According to Windsor Police dispatchers, plows are hard at work and have been throughout the night, but roads are still closed and drivers are advised to stay home.

As of Saturday afternoon, there are still 19 Windsor households or businesses without power.

Original Story

The winter storm has arrived in Windsor.

Winds are picking up and gusts are getting stronger. As of 7:30 p.m. Friday, the National Weather Service was calling for gusts up to 45 miles per hour and near white-out conditions overnight.

It will be chilly, too, with the temperature dropping below 20ºF with heaviest snowfall expected to late Friday into Satuday morning

All but 19 CL&P customers in Windsor have power as of Saturday morning.

To help you keep track of all the information posted on the site and distributed by town and state officials over then past 24 hours, Windsor Patch has compiled them all into a neat list that you can use as your personal blizzard reference library:

Important Phone Numbers:

Connecticut Light & Power to report power outages only:
(800) 286-2000
(860) 947-2000

Emergency police/fire/ambulance services: 911

Municipal Information:

Windsor Snow Removal Plan

Windsor Storm Control Unit

Storm Updates from the Town of Windsor

Fun Stories:

How Deep Is Your Snow?

MAP: How Much Snow Has Fallen in Windsor?

Patch's Poll: What's Your Snow Removal Method?

Informative Stories:

CT Department of Construction Warns Homeowners about Damaging Snow Accumulations

Winter Storm Safety for the Pets of Windsor

For up to the minute cancellations, follow the Windsor Patch Facebook page and Twitter account.

Informative Blogs:

Don’t Get Caught Unprepared for a Weather Emergency

Tips to Prevent Injury While Shoveling

Travel Advisories:

Bradley International Airport

Connecticut DOT Interactive Travel Map

State Informational Pages:

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy

Connecticut Light and Power

Richard Thompson February 09, 2013 at 07:14 PM
Richard Thompson here. I grew up in Windsor in the 1960s and '70s. I remember many a winter storm that had my brother Bob and I shoveling our drive way and walkway. We sometimes helped our dad, Pastor Thompson, keep the sidewalks clear over at Trinity Methodist. Monitoring the affects of this most recent storm in WIndsor brought back many a Winter memory.
Theresa Shary February 09, 2013 at 08:26 PM
I appreciate the difficult efforts on the public works department but what should a resident do if their mailbox and paper tube are in a snowbank somewhere? Is there a procedure in place to have them replaced quickly?
Paul Goldberg February 09, 2013 at 10:52 PM
If you had a mailbox removed by a snow plow call the Windsor DPW at 860-285-1856-just keep in mind with the extreme amount of snow they may not be able to replace the mail box in the next couple of days
Windsor School Graduate February 10, 2013 at 12:46 AM
What do I do if I cannot remove the snow around the hydrant in front of my home? The plows have pretty much covered it, and I can't remove it as it is too heavy for me?
Windsor School Graduate February 11, 2013 at 04:55 AM
Mr. Lockhart: I would love to discuss the budget with you. However, since I am not a quitter I will keep trying to clean things up myself? Just wanted someone to know that at this time I can't. I'm 5'1" and not as big as the plows that have come by here many times. I just want the town to know that I'm doing the best I can, and trying to be a lawful citizen at the same time. BTW? I give you much credit for speaking to all of us on the website. You seem to be the only person on the board who cares enough to speak your mind. It's just so strange that it's the same people all the time? Where are all of these parents having problems with their children?? This is their time to voice their concerns. AND THANK YOU FOR OFFERING TO CLEAN OUT MY HYDRANT. Unfortunately, I am not near the Wilson Fire House. Thanks again for all you do.


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