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Keeping up with winter storms

As a PIA Northeast member, you can keep updated on the latest storm news via PIA’s Storm Info Central.

This tool kit includes: 

  • state-specific insurance department information;
  • pertinent QuickSource and Ask PIA resources on topics such as snowplowing, business interruption, loss of use and homeowners policy information; and
  • information on how to order PIA Design & Print consumer material for your agency to use in pre- and post-storm communication with your insureds. For more information, email PIA Design & Print at

Members who have prepared by using PIA’s Agency Preparedness and Recovery Plan may want to review their customized document as well to ensure the appropriate supplies are on hand. Contact PIA’s Industry Resource Center, or use the Ask PIA button on the PIA home page for any additional questions.

Important Connecticut news:

March 1: Gov. Lamont activates severe cold weather protocol as frigid temperatures expected to impact Connecticut overnight

Feb. 18: Snow will continue off and on through Friday afternoon

Feb. 11: Gov. Lamont activates severe cold-weather protocol effective this afternoon in anticipation of long-duration period of frigid temperatures

Feb. 2: Gov. Lamont lifts travel ban on tractor trailers effective today at 6 a.m.

Feb. 2: Gov. Lamont directs 10 a.m. delayed opening for state office buildings Tuesday due to winter storm

Feb. 1: Gov. Lamont amends travel ban on certain tractor trailers

Jan. 31: Gov. Lamont implements travel ban on certain tractor trailers effective Monday at 5 a.m.

Jan. 31: Gov. Lamont directs state office buildings to close to the public Monday due to winter storm

Jan. 31: Gov. Lamont activates state emergency operations center for winter storm, extends Connecticut’s severe cold-weather protocol to Wednesday

Jan. 29: Gov. Lamont extends cold-weather protocol through Monday afternoon

Jan. 26: Gov. Lamont activates Connecticut’s severe cold-weather protocol effective Thursday afternoon