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Colder Than Normal Temperatures Projected for Connecticut

Stamford warming centers open through February 16

Stamford, CT | Added on February 13, 2015 At 01:59 PM

Colder than normal temperatures and wind chills are projected for Connecticut.  Governor Dannel P. Malloy has activated the State’s Severe Cold Weather Protocol through Sunday, February 16.

The following warming centers are open for the times and locations listed:

*Domus/Chester Addison Community Center, 245 Selleck Street, Mon – Fri (9am – 9pm), Sat (10am – 9pm), Sun (2pm – 9pm)

*Stamford Family YMCA, 10 Bell Street Mon- Fri (9am – 6pm)

*Faith Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, 29 Grove Street, Mon – Thurs (6pm – 9pm, no Fridays), Sat (5pm – 9pm), Sun (3pm – 9pm)

*Glenbrook Community Center, 35 Crescent Street, M – F (8am – 10pm)

*Government Center, 888 Washington Blvd., 1st floor lobby, M - F (8am – 8pm)

*Jewish Community Center, 1035 Newfield Ave., Mon – Thurs (5:30am – 10pm), Fri (5:30am – 6pm), Sat (7:30am – 9pm)

*Central Fire Headquarters, 629 Main Street, Stamford (8am – 6pm)

*South End Fire Station, 215 Washington Blvd, Stamford (8am – 6pm)

*West Side Fire Station, 80 Fairfield Avenue, Stamford (8am – 6pm)

*East Side/Shippan Fire Station, 364 Shippan Avenue, Stamford (8am – 6pm)

*Woodside Fire Station, 1600 Washington Blvd, Stamford (8am – 6pm)

*Belltown Fire Station, 8 Dorlen Road, Stamford (8am – 6pm)

*Long Ridge Fire Station, 366 Long Ridge Rd., Stamford (8am – 6pm)

*Springdale Fire Station, 987 Hope St., Stamford (8am – 6pm)

*Turn of River Fire Station, 268 Turn of River Road, Stamford (8am – 6pm)

Inspirica, a Stamford-based provider of services to the homeless, will provide an overnight warming center from 8 pm to 8 am the next morning at 8 Woodland Place, Stamford, tonight and those nights that Governor Malloy declares Cold Weather Protocols.

Cold Weather Safety Tips

The Stamford Department of Health & Social Services reminds all citizens of the following tips to stay safe during extreme cold:

*Dress warmly, and in layers, even if you are just making a short trip to the mailbox.  If you fall or a door locks behind you, you could be exposed for a longer period of time than you planned.  Cover your skin.  When the wind chill brings the temperature well below zero, be sure to cover your skin.  In extreme cold, skin exposed to the cold air can get frostbite in just a few minutes.  

* Know the signs of frostbite and hypothermia and seek medical assistance if you have these signs:

-Symptoms of frostbite can include: loss of feeling and loss of color and usually happens on the nose, ears, cheeks, chin, fingers or toes.

-Symptoms of hypothermia in adults can include shivering, exhaustion, confusion, fumbling hands, memory loss, drowsiness, or slurred speech.

-In infants, symptoms of hypothermia can include bright red, cold skin and low energy.


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