A record 831,000 Connecticut residents were without power Sunday following a nasty nor'easter.
The previous record of power outages was set two months ago, when Irene left 750,000 without power, some for up to a week.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said this weekend's historic storm could once again leave people without electricity for up to a week as utility companies scramble to respond to 10,000 reports of power lines damaged by trees.
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