NEW YORK, NY (WKZO) - Learning a lesson from Superstorm Sandy, electrical line repair crews from as far away as Michigan and Canada were already deployed in New England as the first flakes were falling. Frank Poirot with Connecticut Light and Power says they had 400 crews available immediately.
Fortunately this time, instead of Millions left without power, only a few hundred thousand were blacked out. Repairs are underway.
Thousands of flights have been cancelled or delayed because of the blizzard that paralyzed the North east during the weekend. While many airports in the region have since opened, there may still be some disruption in the schedule this morning. Travelers planning to fly east may want to check their flights before they head for the airport.