4 p.m. — Power has been restored to all but four homes in Weston according to CL&P.
Noon — CL&P has restored power to more than 400 homes in Weston. 360 customers remain without power at this time. There are 14,280 outages still statewide.
Update 9/19/12, 8 a.m. — In the aftermath of last night’s storm, CL&P reports 783 homes, 20% of its customers in Weston, are without power. Approximately 500 of those outages are in the Godfrey Road and Valley Forge areas. Statewide, CL&P is reporting 18,217 outages. The Weston Communications Center said portions of roads are closed due to downed trees and wires — Godfrey Road at Newtown Turnpike, and sections of Valley Forge Road and Old Redding Road. Weston Public Schools are in session.
9/18/12, 9:15 p.m. — Connecticut Light and Power Company reports that 18% of CL&P customers in Weston —689 as of 9 p.m., are without power at this time during the storm due to fallen power lines from high winds. CL&P also reports 2,745 customers are without power in nearby Westport.
Weston Police Sergeant Patrick Daubert said heavy rains, almost like flash flooding, have closed portions of Old Redding Road, Goodhill Road up to Steep Hill Road and Godfrey Road West at Newtown Turnpike. He advises motorists to stay off the roads at this time.