Of the more than 70 percent of village residents who lost power during Hurricane Sandy, 60 percent have had power restored.
Village spokesman Jeff Kluewer confirmed Friday afternoon that the electric department is working hard to have power returned to all residents as soon as possible.
"They should by the end of the weekend, and certainly by Monday, have most people restored," Kluewer said. "The 'most' means what's going to be leftover will be pockets of people on very damaged circuits that no many people are on, so they're saved until last."
The 60 percent restored represents a 20 percent increase as to where the village's electric department was as of late Thursday evening.
Kluewer also said that the Monday estimation for full power restorage is still accurate.
"Large sections of the village are being restored to power and will be through the day," he said.
Kluewer said the traffic advisory is still in effect, stating that certain intersections are still without power and are very dangerous, especially at night.
"People should come to a full stop if they come to an intersection where the traffic control lights are out before proceeding," he said.
Rockville Centre Patch will have more updates from the village later Friday afternoon.