HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -- Many Connecticut residents are still in the dark as of Sunday afternoon.
Over the weekend, Eversource posted estimated times of restoration for each town it covers. To see when your town is expected to have a majority of power restored, click here.
Eversource officials said 90% of customers had power restored as of 6:55 p.m. Sunday evening.
As of Monday at 9:30 a.m., 87,612 Eversource outages remained, which is about 6.8 percent of its customers.
United Illuminating's outages were at 2,490.
"Our crews - alongside the thousands of outside resources here to help - are doing a tremendous job under extremely difficult conditions, and we expect 90% of customers will have power on Sunday evening," Eversource President of Regional Electric Operations Craig Hallstrom said over the weekend.
Utility crews from Canada, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, and Indiana are assisting with repairs.
Thursday evening, Eversource said they estimate storm restoration will be “substantially complete” by Tuesday at 11:59 p.m.
"Substantially complete means fewer than one percent of customers are still without power,” Eversource officials said in a statement.
Eversource told state regulators they expected between 125,000 and 380,000 thousand outages to come as a result from Tropical Storm Isaias.
The final number ended up being twice that.
On Friday, the National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-1 tornado touched down on Tuesday in Westport.
The tornado was confirmed to have touched down between 1:4 p.m. and 1:41 p.m. with winds reached between 95 and 105 miles per hour.
The tornado traveled 50 yards and was measured to be 25 yards wide.
As of 8:30 Monday morning, Westport still has 3,841 outages, which is 30 percent of the town.
The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority is launching an investigation into Eversource’s plans and response to Isaias.
Also on Thursday, Gov. Lamont announced that he activated the Connecticut National Guard to assist in storm recovery.
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