The tornadoes were confirmed in Amenia, Dutchess County, and Bulls Bridge to southern Kent, Litchfield County in Connecticut just before 3 p.m.
The National Weather Service says the EF-0 tornado briefly touched down north of Bulls Bridge and moved into South Kent.
The damage mostly consisted of downed tree limbs.
One homeowner lost art of a solid wooden fence and a car tent canopy was blown away by the strong winds, though no damage was reported to buildings.
Around the same time, an EF-1 formed just south of Amenia and moved into the village.
Nine homes were damaged, including the roof and one side of a home which were struck by wind-blown debris.
The tornado also ripped the roof off a restaurant.
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