By DAN HAAR | email@example.com It's a safe bet that on Tuesday, Connecticut will not suffer the ravages of a storm that knocks out power for more than half the state's households and leaves thousands homeless. As we look forward to the first safe Oct. 29 in three years, we think about the lessons learned, especially from Storm Sandy, which caused an estimated $770 million in total damage in Connecticut. Sandy congealed our self-view as a meteorological target, perhaps because it hit on the anniversary of the freakiest storm in memory, perhaps because it stands as the fourth major storm in a 15-month span. Here, then, are 11 takeaway lessons in our collective experience of Storm Sandy.
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