Post-tropical storm Hermine will continue to spin a few scattered showers into Connecticut Tuesday and Wednesday.
Meteorologists Mark Dixon Scot Haney said it will also be downright windy.
A tropical storm warning that had been in place for most of the Connecticut shoreline was canceled around 11 a.m.
The warning was due to high surf, rip currents and wind gusts of between 40 and 50 mph on the shoreline.
"Important to point out, no alerts in effect does not mean we are done with the system," Dixon said. "The wind [Tuesday] afternoon will still gust to around 40 mph along the shoreline, to 30 mph inland, and occasional showers will also be possible."
Dixon said the system will drift westward Tuesday afternoon, staying to Connecticut's south.