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A week after Superstorm Sandy came though, Connecticut is experiencing a nor’easter and that is prompting centers offering disaster relief for storm victims to close early.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is closing disaster recovery centers in Connecticut as of 1 p.m. on Wednesday because of the weather.
“The centers will resume normal operations when weather conditions permit,” according to an e-mail from FEMA.
The centers opened after the last storm so residents could obtain information about FEMA or other disaster assistance programs, as well as to get answers related to their applying for federal assistance.