A cold front is moving through the state with showers, storms and wind. Scattered showers will continue tonight with much cooler temps working into the state overnight.
Some of the storms in New York this morning caused tornadoes, although the possibility of a tornado in Connecticut is very low.
Severe thunderstorm warning were issued for Fairfield and New Haven counties but have since expired.
The storms weakened as they crossed the state.
Most of the rain will move out of the state by sunrise on Sunday. High temperatures will be in the 60s.