As Hurricane Sandy was churning its way up the East Coast, utilities in southern New England were in the final steps of preparing for the worst of the storm and hoping for the best. Weather forecasters predicted the timing of the strongest winds to coincide with very high tides, which would contribute to widespread flooding along Connecticut shoreline communities. While closely monitoring the forecasts days in advance of the storm's arrival, Connecticut Light & Power (CL&P) ...

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