A number of road closures were reported on Monday morning following Sunday's intense storm.
Norwich police reported that New London Turnpike was closed between Asylum Street and Gifford Street because a tree came down on some wires.
Milford police said Fresh Meadow at West River and Hilldale at Morningside were closed. They also reported that Seaside Avenue was closed between Meadowside and Lewis.
In Lyme, fire officials reported that all of the town's secondary roads were closed.
They said the two main roads, routes 82 and 157, are open.
The town reported about 450 customers without power, which is about 34 percent.
Fire officials also said they are out on the roads with the Eversource power company to help work on clearing things up.
Vernon police reported that Route 30 was closed between Bolton Road and Cold Spring. Bolton Road is closed between Indian Trail and Hatch Hill. Reservoir Road is closed at Fish and Game.
They warned to expect major delays for the morning commute.
They also said the intersection of Routes 74 and 31 was closed.
Durham town officials reported that Route 68 by JC farms, Blue Hills Road, Creamery Road and Little Lane were closed.
Route 4 in Farmington was also closed in both directions because of a fallen tree, which also brought down power lines.
The closure is between West Avon Road, also known as Route 167, and Brickyard Road.
Bethel crews reported a number of closures:
East Windsor police said South Water Street just north of Osborn Field, Scantic Road in the area of 337 Scantic Rd., and East Road at Sullivan Farm Road are all closed.
Suffield police reported that Bridge Street between Thrall and Route 159, Phelps Road between Newgate and Mountain, Tainter Street and Birch Road were closed.
The Willington Fire Department issued the following road closures:
Ledyard officials reported 49 road closures.
Montville police posted these closures:
South Windsor closures:
To keep up to date with road closures across the state, check the Channel 3 traffic map here.
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