Just in time for snow, city puts up a new weather station

NORWICH – While winter months are off to an unusually mild start, the city emergency management office hasn’t ignored the pending seasonal storms and is now prepared to alert residents of inclement weather with a new weather station atop of the Norwich Police Station.



For the last two weeks, the previous weather station has had trouble functioning, according to Emergency Management Officer A. Jones. While daytime hours weren’t troublesome, mechanical problems with the station’s solar panels caused it to malfunction when the sun went down.

“It was only working during daylight hours,” said Jones, who replaced the worn equipment on Sunday. “Our options were to refurbish or replace it.” Weighing the options, it was best to have it replaced, he explained. “If we sent it in for repair, it was going to be down for at least a month.”


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