HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - High winds continue Sunday into Monday as a storm system moves through the state.

A Wind Advisory is in effect for the entire state until Monday evening.

Wind Advisory

Meteorologist Connor Lewis says that thunderstorms are possible as a band of rain moves through the area Sunday night.

There is a slim chance that the wind gusts will become severe.

"Most folks will observe 30 minutes of downpours and perhaps a rumble of thunder," says Lewis.

Scattered showers will continue until about 2 or 3 Monday morning.

Track them with the Early Warning Pinpoint Doppler on the Ch 3 app

Temperatures on Monday will reach near 40.

Strong winds will peak around 8 Monday morning, with damaging winds most likely in the higher terrain communities.

Isolated power outages are possible.

Calmer conditions will settle in on Tuesday, along with a warming trend.

After a chilly early morning with lows 25-30, temperatures are expected to reach 60 degrees or higher away from the coast during the afternoon.

Our next chance for rain is most likely in the second half of Wednesday.

Read the full Technical Discussion here.

For weather updates on smartphones and tablets, download the Ch. 3 app here.

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