Most of Sunday was rain free, but as the afternoon progressed more storms started to pop up.
A severe thunderstorm warning was issued for part of Hartford County until 5 p.m. on Sunday. It has since expired but there are still storms in the state.
Meteorologist Mike Cameron said an upper-level system is moving into northern New England, which will help make showers possible in Connecticut.
At a little after 4:30 p.m., Cameron said the storms moving through the northern part of the state were bringing rain and lightning along with some gusty wind.
There were reports of 35 mile per hour wind at Bradley International Airport, and a tree fell down in the wind in Simsbury, Cameron said.
Storms are lingering through the evening but are expected to taper off after midnight.
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"As skies everywhere turn partly cloudy, the air will cool back into the 50s inland and low-60s along the shore," Cameron said.
Patchy fog is expected to form, especially in the valley locations that received rain on Sunday.
Monday will start cool and pleasant with a northwesterly breeze, and no humidity.
Temperatures are expected to be in the low and mid-70s.
"With the low humidity and partly sunny, breezy conditions, they’ll be an early feeling of fall in the air," Cameron said.
Skies will be mainly clear Monday night and lows will be in the lower 50s, but could bottom out in the 40s in many of the typically colder spots.
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