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Another Round of Storms Knocks Out Trees, Power in Parts of the State

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Another round of powerful storms moved through the state Wednesday, bringing with them damaging winds that left a mess behind in some areas.

As of 6 a.m. Eversource was reporting more than 2,200 customers without power. Damage reports have been coming in. See some of the photos below.

The entire state remained under a severe thunderstorm watch through 1 a.m. Thursday.

Storm Damage July 7, 2021

The storms come as clean-up was still underway after strong thunderstorms moved through the state yesterday. South Windsor saw more damage Wednesday afternoon and evening after already being hard hit on Tuesday.

Be careful out there! An NBC Connecticut crew witnessed a driver crash into this tree on Ellington Road in South Windsor during severe storms Wednesday.
Residents of South Windsor are cleaning up from Tuesday night's storms.
Cleanup is underway in Bristol and Plainville after severe weather Tuesday.

NBC Connecticut meteorologists are continuing to watch Tropical Storm Elsa.

At this point, Elsa looks to bring rain and wind here tomorrow night and Friday. It is expected to make landfall in Florida today.

Connecticut utilities are preparing for possible impacts from Tropical Storm Elsa later this week.

You can get the latest forecast anytime here.

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