Parts of Connecticut received a months worth of rain over two days and more periods of rain are likely today, with scattered showers tonight and a chance for more showers tomorrow.
On Sunday, showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast with heavy rain Sunday and Sunday night before diminishing on Monday.
The highest rainfall totals from the storm from Tuesday night into Wednesday morning were in eastern Fairfield and western New Haven counties.
The highest rainfall total recorded was in Ansonia with just under 5 inches of rain.
Seymour is dealing with leaves down and minor flooding Wednesday morning and police are asking people who live and work in town to be cautious during the morning commute.
The high rainfall totals led to flash flooding throughout the state. Take a look at the situation late Tuesday night on the Bridgeport/Stratford line.
In addition to the heavy rain the other significant factor with the storm system was damaging winds.
Winds gusted over 40 miles per hour in parts of the state, which led to thousands of power outages on Tuesday.
A tree came down onto power lines on Mattabassett Street in Bristol just before 4 a.m. Wednesday. In Willington, a tree came down on Cowles Road.
Country Club Road and Miner Street in Middletown are closed after trees came down on wires.
In Madison, a tree came down on wires over railroad tracks near Scotland Road, suspending Amtrak service.
In Newington, wires came down o Maple Hill Avenue, closing the road.
Eversource reported 4,300 outages throughout the state as of midnight, with the highest outages in eastern Connecticut, including the towns of Plainfield and Preston. Power has since been restored for thousands.
Check out interactive radar which shows scattered showers continuing throughout the state.