Reader snow storm photos
Taken at 93 State Pier Road, New London.
Marji posted this photo from Gales Ferry.
Corey Watford posted this early morning shot from Groton.
Peter L. posted this photo from the Parade in New London.
Looking out into my front yard on Fishers Island at 7:15 a.m.
Quaker Hill at 6 a.m. Snow mixed with a little sleet. Picnic table is starting to disappear.
The snow starts in Baltic
Snow covered bamboo bends with the weight of the wet snow in Groton.
It's still Christmas!
Christy Newell shares this view of her back deck in Ledyard.
Chris & Terry Abate shoveling in Waterford
Still life of patio furniture blanketed in snow, from Chris & Terry Abate in Waterford
Eastern Point Beach in Groton.
Tale of the tape at Kathy Frey's New London home is 18 inches of snow.
Morgan Street in New London.
Stop sign deep in snow on Willimantic Rd (Rt 207) in Baltic.
Snowed in, in Deep River.
Shawn Finnigan from the Oswegatchie Fire Company in Waterford digs out a fire hydrant on the Niantic Road that was buried by Storm Benedict.
Cannons in Stonington Boro,
Kathleen Mitchell of New London explains: "A view of the Thames River from my porch - if you can find it - the river, not my porch."
"Neither rain, sleet, or snow I guess," says Bret Rusk, who snapped this image on I-395 while headed to work in Norwich.
Paul and Bekah Ashman, of Gales Ferry, sent in this image of their yard -- and a yardstick.
Wintry scenic of Poquetanuck Cove in Gales Ferry.
The Blackwoods of East Lyme: Katie, Anna, Grace, Christy, Sydney, Honey (the dog) and Ms. Frosty (the 8-foot snow-woman)
One of the many pics Diane Monte of New London took Wednesday: "My boyfriend was kind enough to drive me around even though he thought I was nuts!"
A birdhouse in the snow.
Misty Christensen of Norwich captured her son, 21-month-old Devin, knee-deep in snow.