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Tornado Warning for Litchfield County Expired; Thunderstorm Watch in Effect for Parts of CT

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A tornado warning that was issued for Litchfield County earlier this afternoon has expired. Severe thunderstorm watches are up for other parts of the state.

Severe thunderstorm watches are up for New Haven, New London, Middlesex, Windham and Hartford counties.

There are some reports of damage.

Suffield Police say there are trees and wires down in multiple areas around town.

New Milford police are reporting a tree down.

Botelle School in Norfolk is held the students in the building until 3:45 p.m. today as a precaution because of weather.

Viewers have been reporting seeing hail.

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The NBC Connecticut First Alert meteorologists have been tracking some thunderstorms and showers today ahead of Thursday's temperature plunge.

Temperatures become sharply colder tonight and tomorrow.

It might also snow in some of the hill towns overnight into the morning.

A Freeze Warning is in effect for Windham and Hartford counties.

Tomorrow's wind chill will get your attention!

By Thursday morning, temperatures will be near 20 degrees.

Fair weather is in the forecast for Friday.

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