As of 9:30 p.m.
Around 9:15 p.m., Madison 911 reported wires down in the vicinity of Boston Post Road and Stony Lane.
CL&P is reporting 340 customers without power in Madison. In Clinton, there are 670 without power, in Guilford 34, in Branford 704. Stonington is among the towns hardest hit in the state at this point, with 5,753 without power, or about 71 percent of the town. There are about 25,300 CL&P customers without power statewide.
As of 8 p.m.
CL&P reporting 299 out in Madison, and 17,000 statewide.
Cheryl Terrio, reporting in on Facebook, says "Lightening here near Mungertown!" And, Paul Pietrzak reported both lightning and thunder on Crow Hill around 7 p.m.
Madison 911 is reporting an automatic fire alarm at Madison Beach Hotel, and wires down on Scotland road near Forest Hills.
As of 7:00 p.m.
Power downtown is out, Christine is reporting on Facebook.
CL&P reporting 136 without power in Madison, and 9,300 in the state.
As of 6:30 p.m.
We have a report of a tree down, possibly taking wires with it, down on Route 1 near Signal Hill. Police and volunteer firefighters responding.
As of 6 p.m.
Alison in Barberry Farms reports on Facebook that her neighborhood lost power as of 5:30 p.m.
Kelly is reporting that there is no power off of Laurel Crest as of just before 6 p.m. Cathy is reporting that the Knob Hill subdivision is without power as well.
As of 6 p.m., CL&P is reporting 68 customers without power in Madison, 34 in Guilford, and 692 in Branford. In total, there are about 2,600 without power among all CL&P customers in the state, less than 1 percent of about 1.24 million customers.
Laura, who lives off of Neck Road, where the lights are flickering on and off is just trying to finish cooking her Saffron Fregola with Seafood before the power goes off.
"I just want my fish to cook before it goes," she said.
Remember what First Selectman Fillmore McPherson said yesterday in his message to the town:
If you lose power, call CL&P at 1-800-286-2000. Don’t skip this just because your neighbor called. CL&P needs to know about every house. That’s 1-800-286-2000.
How is it going in your neighborhood? Let us know.