Storms Move Through State, Towns Report Damages | NBC Connecticut

Storms Move Through State, Towns Report Damages

Strong thunderstorms moved through the state on Monday afternoon.

This highest wind gust reported was 47 mph in Bridgeport, at Sikorsky Airport.

A severe thunderstorm watch was in effect statewide through 8 p.m.

After the storms passed, damages were seen around the state.

In Bristol, there were several reports of damage. Dispatchers said they have received several calls about trees coming down in town.

The storm threat will continue through midnight.

Quite a dry stretch of weather sets in Tuesday, and the humidity will be much lower.

Temperatures will be in the lower and middle 80s Tuesday and Wednesday, but back up near 90 degrees starting Thursday.

There's an outside chance for a thunderstorm Friday.

Sunshine returns Saturday, when temperatures will again soar into the lower 90s.

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