A series of severe storms moved through parts of the state on Sunday evening, just hours after a confirmed tornado touched down in Wolcott and caused significant damage in Enfield.
The storms came down from Massachusetts and moved into Enfield, Suffield and then headed southeast around 7 p.m.
In Enfield, a microburst caused damage on Taylor Road, according to police, and brought down branches and wires.
A tree also came down onto a home on Crescent Beach Drive and the house has been deemed uninhabitable.
Lightning struck a home on Prospect Avenue, causing a fire.
The storms brought heavy wind and hail to the eastern part of the state. Hail was reported in Ellington and Vernon.
Connecticut Light & Power reported more than 9,300 customers without power during the height of the storms.
Connecticut could see another round of severe weather on Monday.
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