Thursday Night Forecast: Hot, Humid, But Low Storm Threat

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The heat cranks up a notch on Friday with even more Connecticut towns soaring into the 90s. Sound hot?  It will feel even hotter with heat indices 95-100 degrees. That will likely prompt the National Weather Service to issue another Heat Advisory.

Despite the heat and humidity, the threat for storms remains relatively low thanks to a big ridge of high pressure.  That ridge will start to break down later this weekend into early next week, increasing the chance for scattered thunderstorms.

Overnight: Hazy and humid, low clouds and fog rolling in. Low: Low 70s

Friday: Partly cloudy, hot and humid. Chance for an isolated storm late in the day. Most of us stay dry. High: 88-94

Saturday:  Hot, hazy and humid. Chance for an isolated storm late in the day or at night. Low 90s inland, mid to upper 80s along the shoreline.

Sunday: Hot, hazy and humid. Chance for an isolated storm late day. Low 90s inland, mid to upper 80s along the shoreline.

Monday: Hot, hazy and humid. Chance for scattered storms late in the day. Low 90s inland, mid 80s along the shoreline.

Tuesday: Hot, hazy and humid. Chance for scattered storms late in the day. Low 90s inland, mid 80s along the shoreline.

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