Fairfield Power Outages Caused By High Winds
A wind advisory was in effect for southwest Connecticut until 6 p.m. on Saturday, and some residents in the Fairfield area may still be without power.
Strong winds swept through the region on Saturday, averaging 25 mph but with gusts reaching up to 41 mph. The conditions caused downed trees, branches and power lines, and made driving difficult at times. Power outages were experienced by at least 1,500 CL&P and United Illuminating customers.
While outages and damage caused by this weekend's wind are being monitored by Emergency Operations Centers throughout the state, Connecticut residents should always be prepared to face power outages caused by New England weather. Tower Generator offers a complete line of emergency backup generators to fit the needs of every home and family. Contact us today to discuss the option that may be right for your power needs.
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