GREENWICH - Gov. Dannel Malloy has signed an emergency order after a tornado swept through southwestern Connecticut this week.
The National Weather Service confirms a tornado touched down in Greenwich and Stamford on Monday. Officials say the twister caused the most damage near Stag Lane and Stanwich Road in Greenwich. Trees and utility poles were knocked down, leaving debris across the roads and residents in the dark. No injuries were reported.
The tornado was classified an EF0, the weakest kind with wind speeds of 80 mph.
Meanwhile, National Weather Service says a stronger tornado touched down in the Windsor Locks area Monday afternoon. That twister knocked down a domed sports complex and overturned an 18-wheeler.