Lamont says CT is ready for weekend weather

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HARTFORD -

Gov. Ned Lamont says the state was ready to handle the weather ahead of this weekend's storm.

Lamont says his biggest worry is ice as frigid temperatures are expected to set in Sunday. 

He says he worries about what it could mean for power outages and those stuck in the cold. Those who end up stuck without power can call 211 for information about warming shelters.

Some 600 plows will be out during the storm.

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