CL&P won't have restoration timeline until tomorrow

Connecticut Light and Power says it will be another day before they can predict when power will be fully restored after the weekend storm.Nearly 700,000

HARTFORD - Connecticut Light and Power says it will be another day before they can predict when power will be fully restored after the weekend storm.

Nearly 700,000 remain without power as of this afternoon.

The company's president is expecting to have close to 850 crews on the job before the end of the day and nearly 1,300 by Thursday.

CL&P says it could be a week before the job is done.

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