Category: Weather

To Avoid Hypothermia, Quinnipiac University Physician Assistant Says, ‘Think C.O.L.D.’

With the temperatures expected to plummet during today’s snowstorm,Cindy Lord, clinical associate professor and director of the physician assistant program at Quinnipiac University, is available to offer advice about avoiding hypothermia. “I use the acronym C.O.L.D.,” Lord said. Cover up: Wear a hat or...

/ January 2, 2014

North Haven Schools Closed Until Wednesday, Feb. 20th, 2013

All North haven cchools will be CLOSED the rest of this week. Classes will resume on Wednesday, February 20th, following winter recess on Monday and Tuesday.

/ February 12, 2013

35″ of Snow in North Haven; Plows Breaking Down

[box]by Michael Bellmore / New Haven Register[/box] First Selectman Michael J. Freda said Saturday the town was inundated with 35 inches of snow. “We had anticipated the worst on this,” Freda said. It was so bad late Friday and early...

/ February 10, 2013

January 31st Storm Update

[box]by Scott Cimini / ctweathergeeks.com[/box] The last day of January proved to be a very stormy day here in Connecticut!  Around 2AM, the winds really picked up and a weather station just a mile from me registered a 54 mph...

/ January 31, 2013

Winter Storm Report

[box]by Scott Cimini / CTWeatherGeeks.com[/box] From my location in North Haven, I received just over 9 inches of snow on Saturday. The precipitation started off as some graupel but then quickly turned over to snow for the remainder of the...

/ December 31, 2012

Road to Recovery After Hurricane Sandy

[box]by Sen. Len Fasano[/box] Sandy blew in and in a matter of hours destroyed and damaged many homes on our coast. Two major storms in as many years, yet people still look ahead. It is a testament to the strength...

/ November 21, 2012

November Nor’easter

[box]by Scott Cimini / ctweathergeeks.com[/box] Wednesday November 7th, 2012 will go down as a major early season snow event in Connecticut. Weather forecasters spent days tracking the development of this early season Nor’easter. With some people still without power due...

/ November 8, 2012

A 12″ November Surprise!

This November Nor’easter caught us all off guard. What was forecast to be a “dusting” turned into a foot of snow! North Haven tied with Hamden for the 2nd highest snowfall totals at 12″. Clinton takes the top spot with 13.5″.

/ November 8, 2012

Residents Seeking Federal Assistance Must Register with FEMA

[box]From the office of Gov. Dan Malloy[/box] After receiving notification of the federal assistance available to cities and towns, businesses, individuals, and non-profits in Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex and New London Counties, Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that residents...

/ November 1, 2012

North Haven Fire Department Urges Residents to “Stay In Your Homes”

[box]North Haven Patch[/box] North Haven Fire Lt. Jeff Obier advises residents to stay home and indoors during Monday afternoon to early evening, which is expected to be the worst portion of Hurricane Sandy.

/ October 29, 2012

North Haven 2012 Memorial Day Parade

In this episode of North Haven News: Sights and sounds from the 2012 North Haven Memorial Day Parade.

/ May 27, 2012

9+ Inches of Snow for North Haven in Saturday’s Storm

Although I’ve seen reports of up to 12″ of snow, WTNH is reporting that North Haven got 9″ during Saturday’s storm.

/ January 23, 2012