Wilton and the rest of the area are going to be hit early next week with high winds, possible flooding and downed trees and power lines, according to weather forecasters. The only question is: How bad will it be?
With the hurricane potentially colliding with two other weather systems to form what forecasters are calling “Frankestorm,” southwestern Connecticut could start feeling the effects from Sunday through at least Tuesday, when Hurricane Sandy is expected to hit land south of here.
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