As of around 8:45pm, all warnings in Connecticut have either expired or were cancelled early. The severe thunderstorm watch for Litchfield county was cancelled around 9PM.
The remainder of the line moving through is not warned as severe but small hail and stronger winds are still embedded. We've also seen some lightning with the storms moving through. As storms weaken, expect to see less of the other effects, as well.
A few damage reports are filtering in from areas where it's quieted down
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We've been also dealing with near record heat.
The record high temperature at Windsor Locks today is 95 degrees set back in 1992. At Bradley International, we fell short of the record by a couple of degrees again.
The evening storms will mark the end of the high heat and humidity. Monday's high temperatures will be in the more seasonable 70s.