Storm leaves thousands without power.

Jan 31, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Connecticut Post

A powerful, warm winter storm lashed Connecticut with strong winds and heavy rain that left thousands of people without power Thursday morning.

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glad my power stayed on. when i lost power for almost a week because of hurriane sandy, i learned a lesson of how much we take simple things for granted.

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My house was shaking at 4 AM this morning. Now thats windy!
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We had power back at 5:30. But FLHS closed at 10:15 because part of the roof had blown off.

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I lost my power about 5:00 AM and I turn on my generator on about 8:00 and my power came back around 10:30 AM.
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Citizen44 wrote:
My house was shaking at 4 AM this morning. Now thats windy!
I took the pups out at 7 pm and I thought the wind was going to take them to Kansas.We had tornado warnings here to but it calmed down about 11 PM. Glad you did not have any power outages we installed a generator last year Since then we have not lost power LOL.
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AVA-AVA-AVA wrote:
<quoted text>I took the pups out at 7 pm and I thought the wind was going to take them to Kansas.We had tornado warnings here to but it calmed down about 11 PM. Glad you did not have any power outages we installed a generator last year Since then we have not lost power LOL.
I'm thinking of buying a snow blower for that very reason.

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So true- buying a snow blower will definitely keep it from snowing. Confederate flags and trailer parks attract tornadoes, BTW.

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#6 makes sense to me and #7 is funny.
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AVA-AVA-AVA wrote:
<quoted text>I took the pups out at 7 pm and I thought the wind was going to take them to Kansas.We had tornado warnings here to but it calmed down about 11 PM. Glad you did not have any power outages we installed a generator last year Since then we have not lost power LOL.
You should do what I do, let your dog shit in the house.

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