More bad weather could be headed to Greenwich, cold temperatures expected Friday

Greenwich could be in for more bad weather next week and with temperatures dipping, it’s a major concern for people without power and heat in their homes.

A hazardous weather outlook has been issued by the National Weather Service for southern Connecticut, northeast New Jersey and southeast New York, especially for those without power, over the next few days.

Temperatures are expected to fall into the 30’s to near 40’s across the entire tri-state area Friday night and continue to drop into the 30’s through next Thurday night. Those without power should plan for a number of cold nights ahead.

There is also a possible coastal storm to impact the tri-state area during the middle of next week. The storm has the potential for gusty winds, rain/wintry precipitation. The storm’s path is still uncertain.

For residents seeking warmth, the town continues, under the management of the American Red Cross, operate an emergency shelter at Eastern Middle School. The shelter at the Western Greenwich Civic Center is closing on Friday to be turned into a warming center where people can charge electronics and get a cup of coffee. The shelter at Eastern Middle School has beds, shower facilities and food for residents who have no power and cannot stay in their homes. More information about the shelter is available at 203-622-8000.

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