Wilton police report five roads have been shut down due to downed wires and trees today, March 26. The roads currently closed include: \u2022 New Canaan Road by Belden Hill Road; \u2022 Westport Road by Tall Trees Road; \u2022 Telva Road by Old Kings Highway; \u2022 Huckleberry Hill by Trails End Road; \u2022 Spoonwood Road by Dudley Road. A branch down near Tall Trees Road caused a brush fire earlier today, Capt. Stuart Carter of the Wilton Fire Department said this afternoon. \u201cIt just appeared a branch fell on the power lines, and it started to burn the branch a bit, and sparks fells down into the leaves. The brush fire was 15 by 20 feet. We extinguished that and called CL&P to get the branch down,\u201d he said. Brush fires are a common problem when tree branches hit what Capt. Carter called a \u201cprimary line\u201d wire. \u201cUsually when they hit the primary line it will start arcing because it isn\u2019t insulated. It is a common problem,\u201d he said. If a resident sees a wire down, Capt. Carter suggests they keep a safe distance \u2014 at least 60 feet \u2014 and call 911 to report the problem to fire crews and police. There are presently 135 CL&P customers without power. Wind advisory A wind advisory continues until 6 this evening, according to the National Weather Service. The strongest winds will come during the daylight hours. The National Weather Service warns of strong gusty 25-30 mph winds blowing northwest, with gusts of up to 45 mph. Weak trees and tree limbs could be knocked down by the wind, according to the National Weather Service, causing isolated to scattered power outages. The winds will also make travel difficult for high profile vehicles.