UPDATE: 11:35 a.m. — All roads have been reopened except Hurlbutt Street, which should be reopened shortly, according to police. Hurlbutt is closed between Cannon Road and Maplewood.


UPDATE 7:37 a.m. — Route 7 is open.

Eversource reports power has been restored to all but 15 customers.


UPDATE 10:19 p.m. — Wilton police report Danbury Road (Route 7) is closed until further notice between Westport Road (Route 33) and Grumman Hill Road.


UPDATE 8:55 p.m. — Police report the following road closures:

Wolfpit Road — Closed at Woodchuck Lane

Wilton Acres — Closed

Hurlbutt Street — Closed at Shadow Lane

Wild Duck — Closed

Woods End — Closed

Stonebridge Road — Closed at dead end

Skunk Lane — Closed at Briardale

Dudley Road — One lane passable at Raymond Lane.

Eversource reports 228 customers without power.


Oct. 2, 7:52 p.m. — Severe weather has resulted in several roads being closed throughout Wilton due to trees and wires down.

Police report the following conditions:


Wolfpit Road at Belden Hill Road to Greenbriar — Closed

Woods End — Closed

Wild Duck — Closed

Fenwood Lane — Closed

Spoonwood Road — Transformer fire

Dudley Road — Closed at Raymond Lane

Hurlbutt Street — Closed at Shadow Lane


Eversource reports 180 Wilton customers without power.


The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory until 9:15 p.m. due to heavy rain from thunderstorms. There is also a tornado watch in effect until midnight for Fairfield and Litchfield counties.


Good service is reported on the Danbury Branch rail line.