Local crews are busy with cleanup following Tuesday’s storm with portions of many roads still closed in the area.
Police in Cheshire said there are multiple road closures of side roads due to tree limbs and wires down. A section of Waterbury Road by Mixville Road is down to one way traffic, police said Wednesday morning. Westbound traffic is going through, but eastbound traffic is being detoured.
A tree is currently blocking part of Coleman Road.
In Southington, police are reporting portions of several roads closed due to trees and wires down. They include Pratt Street, Welch Road, Mt. Vernon Road, East Street, Meriden Avenue and Kensington Road. Queen Street is southbound only from Loper Street to Lazy Lane.
Wallingford police said there are many reports of trees and wires down in town. They advised residents to stay home if possible and noted the town electric and public works divisions are out working.
Eversource reported 7,878 resident outages in Meriden as of 8 a.m., 9,568 in Southington and 10,841 in Cheshire. As of noon, Cheshire outages approached 11,000, or more than 95 percent of the town. In Southington, as of noon, more than 9,500 customers were still affected, about 47 percent.
The Meriden police website reported public hazards on Johnson Avenue and Franklin Street Wednesday morning.