UPDATE: 8:30 P.M. THURSDAY TRUMBULL As of 4:30 p.m., town officials said the lower end of Daniels Farm Road \u2014 from Park Street to White Plains Road \u2014 remains closed. A stretch of Shelton Road, from Wheeler Drive to North Street, also remains closed. Huntington Road has reopened. There is no estimated time for road reopenings, officials said. WILTON As of 3 p.m., police in Wilton said there were multiple road closures still in effect \u201cuntil further notice.\u201d Those closures included Stirrup Lane near address 18, Indian Hill Road near Pin Oak Lane, Wilridge Road near address 64 and Borglum Road near address 36. UPDATE: 7:40 P.M. THURSDAY \u2014 OUTAGE NUMBERS United Illuminating is reporting 143 outage events, leaving 565 of its customers without power still. Here\u2019s a breakdown of those outages: \u2014Ansonia: 1 event, 4 outages \u2014Bridgeport: 12 events, 16 outages \u2014Derby: 3 events, 50 outages \u2014East Haven: 6 events, 6 outages \u2014Easton: 7 events, 10 outages \u2014Fairfield: 31 events, 55 outages \u2014Hamden: 13 events, 31 outages \u2014Milford: 9 events, 11 outages \u2014New Haven: 3 events, 3 outages \u2014North Branford: 1 event, 10 outages \u2014North Haven: 4 events, 15 outages \u2014Orange: 5 events, 12 outages \u2014Shelton: 9 events, 27 outages \u2014Stratford: 15 events, 37 outages \u2014Trumbull: 16 events, 258 outages \u2014West Haven: 2 events, 2 outages \u2014Woodbridge: 6 events, 18 outages Eversource is reporting 22,196 customers still without power. Here\u2019s a breakdown of some of those outages: \u2014Bethel: 20 \u2014Branford: 88 \u2014Brookfield: 9 \u2014Cheshire: 16 \u2014Danbury: 173 \u2014Darien: 55 \u2014Durham: 65 \u2014East Haddam: 84 \u2014Greenwich: 318 \u2014Guilford: 47 \u2014Haddam: 145 \u2014Kent: 116 \u2014Middletown: 81 \u2014Monroe: 78 \u2014Naugatuck: less than 3 \u2014New Canaan: 31 \u2014New Fairfield: 26 \u2014New Milford: 38 \u2014Newtown: 129 \u2014Norwalk: 49 \u2014Oxford: 12 \u2014Redding: 109 \u2014Ridgefield: 227 \u2014Seymour: 19 \u2014Sherman: 39 \u2014Southbury: 47 \u2014Stamford: 120 \u2014Torrington: 54 \u2014Weston: 63 \u2014Westport: 67 \u2014Wilton: 217 Original story: Thousands of people are without power Thursday as strong winds continue to blow across Connecticut. At 1:30 p.m., Eversource reported 34,375 customers without electricity. For current Eversource outages, click here. Eversource line and tree crews continue working around-the-clock restoring power to thousands of customers impacted by Wednesday\u2019s damaging wind and rain storm. Despite the dangerous winds and challenging conditions, crews have restored power to more than 43,000 homes and businesses since the storm began. As of 1 p.m., the company is working to restore the remaining 35,000 customers without service. \u201cDespite the high winds we continue to experience and the challenge that presents, our crews are hard at work assessing damage, helping communities clear blocked roads and restoring power,\u201d said Eversource Vice President of Electric Operations in Connecticut Michael Hayhurst. \u201cWe recognize how difficult it is to be without electricity. We\u2019re there for our customers when they need us most and are committed to working until everyone affected by this storm has their power restored.\u201d Eversource urged customers to stay clear of downed wires and to report them immediately to 9-1-1. They can report an outage online at www.eversource.com, or by calling (800) 286-2000. Those who signed up for the company\u2019s two-way texting feature can send a text to report an outage and receive outage updates as they happen. Eversource also reminds any customers who are without power and using a generator to be sure it\u2019s located well away from their home or business and that they\u2019re using a transfer switch installed by a licensed electrician. United Illuminating said fewer than 1,899 customers were without service as of 1 p.m. Thursday, down from a peak of nearly 9,500 Wednesday night. The company Thursday morning had more than 120 line and tree workers, plus support personnel, working on the restoration effort. Gusty winds are continuing UI anticipates that additional outages may occur even while crews restore customers previously left without power. \u201cUI follows a methodical restoration process that prioritizes public safety. After addressing public safety concerns, crews first work to address damage to critical electrical infrastructure, as well as outages that affect large numbers of customers. As these are restored, the focus shifts to smaller outages and individual customers,\u201d UI said in an afternoon update. UI customers are advised to stay far away from downed utility lines, which can be live and dangerous even if they don\u2019t appear energized. Never drive over a downed wire. Report them to UI at 800.722.5584 (800.7.CALL.UI). If there is an immediate danger, call 911. For UI updates, click here. Just before 2 p.m., winds were gusting between 28 and 38 mph, according to National Weather Service stations.