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  • Inclement Weather Forecast January 19th – January 20th

  • The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for the entire State of Connecticut and surrounding regions effective Saturday January 19th at 12:00 pm. Saturday evening and Sunday, January 20th are forecast to produce 2"-4" of snow, change over to all rain with gusty winds. Any travel is expected to be hazardous. On Sunday evening temperatures are forecast to drop into the single digits.

    For updated weather information, click on the left tab LIVE Weather & Tide Chart.

    Residents are encouraged to have appropriate emergency plans in place that include snow removal and any potential power loss. If you loose power, you must notify Eversource immediately at 1-800-286-2000.

    Emergency Management will monitor town conditions through this time period.

  • Year Round Emergency Plans – No Power

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  • Westbrook residents are recommended to have disaster plans for any long term (more than 24 hours) power outage during the fall, winter and early spring season, when temperatures will be less than 60 degrees. This includes having a generator, staying with family/friends or temporarily going to a hotel.

    Power loss could occur as an isolated incident from a motor vehicle accident causing damage to a tree/wires or a large scale event due to inclement weather. Regardless of the nature, residents are encouraged to have a appropriate disaster plans and supplies for 5-7 days.

    Click on the Tabs to the Left to learn more disaster plans, supplies and other related information.

    Ensure you are registered with CT ALERT our reverse notification system (scroll down) to receive emergency, life and safety messages for any event in Westbrook, via your cell phone and other electronic devices.

    Please consider checking on family, friends and neighbors after any power loss and provide assistance.

  • Food Safety/Power Loss

  • Click on Food Safety After a Power Loss to learn about SAFE procedures to determine if the food in your refrigerator and freezer are safe to eat, discard and other important safety topics.

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      It’s free, confidential and its how we notify you of severe emergency conditions in Westbrook. You can add your cell phone, text and/or email for notifications. Seasonal guests are encouraged to add their Westbrook address when registering on the system.

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    • Resilience

      re·sil·ience
      riˈzilyəns/

      noun: resilience; plural noun: resiliences

      1. the ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity.

      2. the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.

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