Seven Connecticut state parks were closed on Monday due to downed tree limbs, according to state officials.
The heavy winds and strong rains caused Connecticut's Department of Energy and Environmental Protection officials to close state parks. There is no access to the following state parks:
The vehicle access road to Castle Craig in Meriden, which is not a state park, was also closed on Monday because of "weather conditions."
Due to weather conditions, the vehicle access road to Castle Craig will not be open today, Monday, October 30, 2017.— City of Meriden (@CityofMeriden) October 30, 2017
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