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.
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:
Emergency police/fire/ambulance services: 911
How Deep Is Your Snow?
MAP: How Much Snow Has Fallen in Windsor?
Patch's Poll: What's Your Snow Removal Method?
CT Department of Construction Warns Homeowners about Damaging Snow Accumulations
Winter Storm Safety for the Pets of Windsor
Don’t Get Caught Unprepared for a Weather Emergency
Tips to Prevent Injury While Shoveling
State Informational Pages: