May 15, 2018 will be remembered for some time to come. The four tornadoes and widespread swath of damaging straight-line winds produced one of the most memorable severe weather events in Connecticut in decades. View More
These storms claimed two lives. If there is a tornado warning in your area, you need to take shelter.
Sleeping Giant State Park in Hamden remains closed a year after a microburst left devastation across the park trails. Volunteers have been working to get the park back up and running. See that story.
Some of the most dramatic damage came from Newtown, where 12 homes were condemned after the storms on May 15, 2018. An empty lot now stands where a home once did on Pequot Avenue. See more before and after photos.
We received hundreds of pictures and videos from viewers during and in the aftermath of the storms. See some of them here.
One year after a tornado struck the area of her Bethany home, Aly Walowski and her family are still dealing with the aftermath of those 100 mph winds that took down almost all the pine trees surrounding her house. Hear her story.
This Southbury home is still under repair a year after the powerful storms hit. Insurance companies don't usually pay for tree removal, just tree damage to your home in a windstorm. Even when you are covered, those insurance payments may take a long time to come through.Learn more here.
The tornado that hit Oxford on May 15, 2018 came at the worst time, during the evening rush hour, and the emotional impact lingers long after the community came together to clean up and repair what was damaged. View More
The storm that hit Newtown on May 15, 2018 was not a tornado, but powerful winds just over the Housatonic River left behind a path of destruction and some homes remain empty a year later. View More
Tens of thousands of people lost power due to the storms, and the damage was so vast it took power crews more than a week to get some communities fully up and running, even with help from out of state. Eversource crews checked in with hard-hit Brookfield a year later to see how the town recovered. See that story.
It wasn't just wind that wreaked havoc - some areas saw 2-inch hailstones that shattered windows, ripped off siding and dented cars.
One of the four confirmed tornadoes did not touch down in Cheshire, but strong winds from a thunderstorm damaged several homes.
Cleanup is still coming along in Oxford one year after a tornado touched down.