Monitoring Hurricane Sandy

October 28, 2012

Here is the latest forecast from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association tracking Hurricane Sandy.

Hurricane Sandy will move northward through the Bahamas on Friday, bringing tropical storm conditions to the east coast of Florida.

Tropical storm conditions are possible in the Carolinas Saturday and Saturday night.

Sandy is expected to turn toward the northeast on Saturday, followed by a turn to the northwest early next week, with direct impacts expected for the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast U.S.

Senator Boucher’s contact information:
Local Office: 203-563-5171
Cell: 203-858-9950
Home: 203-762-3232
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Legislative Aide: Alex Genovesi
Phone: (800) 842-1421, or 860-240-0465
Email: [email protected]
Other numbers:
Southern New England Telephone – (203) 420-3131
Cablevision – (203) 847-6666
211- Info line, a database of 4000 health service providers for food, energy, housing, transportation, or shelters.
CL&P: 860-947-2000
United Illuminating: 203-499-3333
National Weather Service:

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Please note that in the event of an emergency, texting messaging may be more reliable than a phone call.

Text messages can often get around network disruptions when a phone call might not be able to get through.

Also residents with medical conditions requiring electrically powered equipment should notify their local police department as soon as possible in case they experience a power outage later on.

For more tips on storm preparation please see Senator Boucher’s Emergency preparedness document by clicking here.