The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for southwestern Connecticut through Wednesday night, and had reports of up to 8 inches at Clintonville in northern New Haven County, and 6.5 inches in nearby Wallingford. Lesser amounts were reported on the coast, including 5 inches at New Haven and 2 inches at Bridgeport.
Two traffic deaths possibly related to the storm were reported.
At mid-evening, United Illuminating reported about 3,000 customers without power, more than half in Bridgeport. Connecticut Light & Power reported about 1,000 customers offline. CL&P said earlier it had restored its Sandy outages.
No major damage was reported from late afternoon high tides.