Heavy rain turned to snow in parts of the state on Sunday, leading to some towns picking up a few inches of snow.
Rain turned to snow in the Litchfield hills, where towns like Cornwall, West Hartland, Sharon and Litchfield saw several inches of snow, just to name a few.
Snow showers are still possible throughout the day, but additional accumulation is less likely.
Now the focus is on the wind for the rest of Sunday. Eyewitness News declared Sunday an Early Warning Weather Day.
Meteorologist Mike Cameron said gusts near the shoreline have already gone over 30 mph.
"Although this is not wind that would cause extensive damage, weaker branches could come down and even take a power line with it," Cameron said.
Highs will only be in the mid to upper 40s in shoreline and valley cities.
Temperatures are expected to dip into the 20s and lower 30s Sunday night.
Cameron said you will definitely need a winter coat when you step out the door on Monday morning.
"Monday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine there may be a flurry or two at some point," Cameron said. "Highs will only range from the middle 30s in the Litchfield Hills to the low and middle 40s elsewhere."
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