Tropical Storm Isaias dealt the state three times more damage than predicted, most likely because drought-stricken, diseased trees were more vulnerable to its powerful winds, according to a research lab at the University of Connecticut. In fact, Isaias’ impact was worse than Hurricane Irene in 2011 and Super Storm Sandy in 2012, according to the […]
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