Snowy forecast can't stop southwestern CT spring fever
Although an upcoming storm is about to sock the state, many southwestern Connecticut residents are focusing on spring. Residents tell News 12 Connecticut they aren?t too worried about a severe change in weather. Instead, many took recent high temperatures as a sign of spring and hit the stores for new grills and lawnmowers. Brandman's Equipment and Repair Center in Norwalk even put away its snow equipment for the year.Some residents say they know it's spring when Overton's opens. This year, the well-known seafood and burger restuarant in East Norwalk opened a week early.