Crews work to restore power to Connecticut residents following overnight snowstorm

Utility poles and power lines (file).

(WTNH) — Some people in Connecticut may be waking up in the dark on Sunday morning.

According to Eversource, there thousands of customers who lost power at times during the storm.

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Eversource says because of the heavy snow, there are trees and wires down in parts of the state.

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Across the state, around 3,000 homes were without power as of 6:00 a.m. on Sunday morning. By 12 noon, that number had dropped to less than 600.

There is no estimated time as to when the power will turn back on.

Check out our list of helpful links below if you lose power:

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