The gentle drizzle early this morning was all that was left of a storm the swept through the region overnight, leaving several without power.
At one point about 4 percent of CL&P customers were without power and the National Weather Service had posted multiple warnings, including severe thunderstorm and high wind warnings and a flood advisory.
As of 5 a.m., Connecticut Light & Power was reporting that electricity had been restored to all of its customers in Rocky Hill.
As for the weather, no such warnings remained early Wednesday morning, and the service predicts that showers will have ended before people wake to prepare for work and school. There will be gradual clearing during the morning, giving way to mostly clear skies by mid-day with a temperature of about 70ºF.