Connecticut’s first snowstorm of the year set to drop 16 inches Monday into Tuesday Connecticut’s first major snowstorm of the year is set to drop up to 16 inches of snow over the next few days, with much of it falling Monday afternoon into Monday night. Wind gusts of up to 55 mph are expected to kick in, with the potential to knock down trees and branches and cause power outages. In a Monday morning press conference, Gov.
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International Trade Commission is scheduled to decide Feb. 10 whether to ban imports of lithium ion battery components that the South Korean battery maker SK Innovation will need to produce battery cells for the electric Ford F 150 and Volkswagen ID.4 at a factory under construction in Georgia. LG Chem, a supplier to such carmakers as General Motors Co.