Hurricane Irene has been hammering Connecticut since yesterday morning. We've gotten two months worth of rain in 24 hours. We have a *record* number of people with no power - more than in Hurricane Gloria. I hear that the section of town where my daughter's daycare is located has been evacuated because a dam upstream is failing. You have a lovely page for New England. It lists states of emergency, mandatory evacuations, parking bans, closings, shelters, mass transit status - all the sorts of things that people riding out the storm would need/like to know. You list these for all the New England states: Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont.
Wait - I thought there were SIX states in New England. But I guess you've decided that Connecticut is no longer part of New England. After all - we're so close to NYC that we MUST be part of NY. Right?
Rest assured, you have reinforced my inclination to use Weather Underground as my primary go-to website.