After drizzling and possible showers expected into Sunday evening, Connecticut's bout of inclement weather should begin to clear on Monday.
Rain was expected to taper off Sunday evening with some partial clearing by morning with temperature lows in the 50s, according to First Alert Meteorologist Darren Sweeney.
There will be better weather on Monday, with a mix of sun and clouds. Temperatures will warm up to the mid-70s. Through Saturday and heading into Fourth of July weekend, temperatures will likely reach highs of the 80s.
The state got an inch to an inch and a half of rain overnight and Sunday morning. There were about 600 customers without power across the state earlier in the morning and a tree fell on a house in Norfolk. A problem with a utility pole in Kent caused hundreds of power outages and closed Route 341.
The Travelers Championship had delayed tee times on Sunday in Cromwell, starting two hours later at 11:30 a.m. due to the rain.