News 12’s Lauren Fabrizi 'On the Go' with look at weather

<p>The weather was pretty calm this morning, despite the wind concerns, but things are expected to change later in the day.</p>

News 12 Staff

Oct 24, 2017, 11:06 AM

Updated 2,404 days ago

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The weather was pretty calm this morning, despite the wind concerns, but things are expected to change later in the day.
News 12’s Lauren Fabrizi is "On the Go" with a look at what you can expect out on the roads.
Leaves are blowing on the pavement and should there be any flooding, watch out for those leaves. Garbage or any other debris collecting in catch basins will force the rain further out into the streets.
While the storm system hasn't made its way to the state yet, it has been causing some extensive damage in the south.
At least 98,000 homes and businesses lost power Monday, and numerous trees are down, in western North Carolina.
An EF-1 tornado hit Trinity, Alabama, with the National Weather Service reporting winds up to 105 miles an hour.
In Spartanburg County, South Carolina, there is tons of debris following the storm.
Wind advisories are in effect south of the Merritt Parkway in New Haven and Fairfield counties, along with Northern Litchfield County for wind gusts that could be up to 50 mph. A flash flood watch is also in effect for Litchfield County as periods of rain and heavy downpours are expected throughout the day.
News 12 Connecticut Meteorologist Brysen Van Eck says temperatures will be in the low-70s, with cloudy skies. Conditions will be windy.


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