Clouds Roll In Tonight, Thunderstorms Possible Tomorrow

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-Partly cloudy, breezy this evening

-Clouds roll in tonight, not nearly as cool.

-Clouds, Showers and Thunderstorms possible late Sunday and Sunday Night

-Summer heat and humidity for Labor Day

Tonight will not be nearly as cool as the last couple nights as clouds will move in ahead of a developing warm front.  This warm front will slowly approach Connecticut with showers and thunderstorms late Sunday and Sunday night in which some of these storms could produce locally heavy rainfall and flash flooding.  It will not be a complete washout as the warm front moves north of the region on Labor Day; expect a mix of hazy sun and clouds along with increasing heat and humidity.   Next week will feel like July rather than September, as temperatures could reach the 90 degree mark by the middle of next week.  Don’t put the beachwear away yet!

Forecast Details:

Tonight: Partly cloudy, not as cool.  Low: 60’s.

Sunday: Mostly cloudy, some intervals of hazy sun, warm and humid, chance for a few passing thunderstorms during the evening and especially at night.  High: low 80’s.

Labor Day: A blend of clouds and hazy sun, chance for a scattered late day thunderstorm:  High: mid-upper 80’s.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny, hot and humid, chance for a late day thunderstorm.  High: 85-90.

Wednesday: Partly sunny, warm less humid.  High: 80’s.

Thursday: Mostly sunny, warm and pleasant. High: 80’s.

Friday:  Sunny and hot. High: 90.


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