Update 7:50 p.m.
Connecticut Light and Power's estimate for those without power in Canton was down to 1 percent at 7:50 p.m.
The utility estimated 58 of it's 4,939 customers in town were still in the dark.
Town officials said those without power can report it to 800-286-2000 or via your hand held device on cl-p.com/StormCenter, especially if they had not done so or were isolated incidents.
Update 2 p.m.
At 2 p.m. Thursday, Connecticut Light and Power estimated 176, or 3 percent of its 4,939 Canton customers were without power. At 5 p.m. the estimate was virtually the same.
Crews spent much of the day in the North Mountain area, one of the places hardest hit in Canton.
The town also issued the following updates Thursday afternoon.
- Showers at Mills Pond Pool will be open through Friday at noon.
- Water for flushing is available at Mills Pond Pool through the hose that is set up on the side of the building.
Update 11:45 a.m.
At 11:45 a.m. Thursday morning, Connecticut Light and Power estimated that 320 Canton customers, or 6 percent, were still without power.
Shortly before 11 a.m., crews were attaching new line on North Mountain Road at East Hill Road and doing further work in the area.
A worker at the site was hopeful that many in the area would be restored by afternoon but he did not have an exact time or numbers estimate.
While customers in the vicinity may not receive power all at once, First Selectman Richard Barlow said the general area accounts for about two-thirds of those remaining without power in town. There are other, smaller pockets as well.
Those who are unsure if their outage is known should still contact CL&P at 860-947-2000.
The numbers in Canton had improved slightly from the previous 24 hours.
Shortly after 12:15 a.m. Thursday, the number was 376 customers, or 7 percent of CL&P's 4,939 Canton customers without power. At 3:15 Wednesday, 424 customers in town remained without power and at noon that day it was 448.