Credit where credit is due – the town has done a good job of providing information regarding the upcoming storm.
Here are the links as provided by the Wallingford Municipal Website.
As originally published - Precautions During Storm Conditions
This storm is expected to arrive this weekend with the strongest winds forecast between Sunday, 4:00 a.m., through midnight. Power outages will occur. Prepare to be without power for 3 - 5 day, perhaps longer.
To report an outage, please call the Wallingford Electric Division at: 203-265-5055. If busy, please wait a few minutes and try again. Only call if your power is out.
If you encounter any downed wires, assume that they are live and stay away at 25 feet.
Flooding Prone Areas
This storm is forecast to produce an average of 10 inches of rainfall. In some areas more the 14 inches will fall. This will cause extensive flooding of streams and rivers that will quickly overrun their banks. This causes an extremely dangerous situation for residents as well as public safety workers. Plans should be made to voluntarily evacuate these flood prone areas.
Vehicles Crossing Moving Water
Most cars will float (and be swept away) in 18-24 inches of moving water. Trucks and SUVs are not much better with only 6 - 12 more inches of clearance. Creeks and rivers can rise very rapidly and the road bottoms can also wash away making the water much deeper than it appears.
Power outages mean traffic lights will be out of order.
Police officers will not be able to respond to every intersection.
Motorist must stop at all intersections that have inoperable traffic lights to make sure that it is safe to proceed.