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New Haven, Connecticut is a city of about 123,000 and is the second-largest municipality in the state. New Haven residents are spread out over an area of around 19 square miles. The city’s economy is supported by Yale University which is integral to the city, as well as healthcare, professional and financial services, as well as retail.

New Haven is accessible from Interstate 91 running east-west and I-95 running north-south, which intersect in the area. The city is laid out in an easily-navigable grid pattern. New Haven’s fatal accident count is usually lower than throughout the rest of the state but has been higher in some years. Public transportation is provided by CT Transit operating buses throughout the city and to the suburbs.

With a humid continental climate, New Haven has hot summers, cold winters, moderate humidity and violent thunderstorms. Snowfall can be low to moderate but blizzards are known to affect the area. During late spring and early summer, the region can see violent thunderstorms with severe thunder and lightning storms, torrential rain, hail, and an occasional but rare tornado. In addition, remnants from Atlantic hurricanes can sometimes affect the area with heavy rain and high winds.