More rain expected Tuesday before sunny and warm seasonal weather | New




HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) – A line of heavy rain crossed the state on Monday.

The Channel 3 meteorologist followed him from the start and said more was possible over the next two days.

“Rounds of rain have moved across the state, with thunderstorms built in. So far, many communities have received half an inch to an inch of rain,” said meteorologist Mark Dixon.

Track the rain with Channel 3’s interactive radar here.

The morning line of heavy storms left the state later in the morning.






Lightning was captured on Channel 3’s Waterbury iCam on the morning of June 14.




The showers were to persist until Tuesday morning.

“Another round of scattered showers will be possible tonight (some thunder rumbles cannot be ruled out), as storms to our west move towards CT around and after sunset. And, patchy showers will also be possible. overnight, ”Dixon said. .

The dynamics will be good enough for routine thunderstorms until early afternoon.

The storms that develop could be strong and possibly severe, with gusts of wind and small hail being the main concerns.

Tuesday must have been a bit sunnier and wetter than Monday. Temperatures are expected to rebound to nearly 80 degrees.

“Wednesday Thursday [and] Fridays are drier, brighter days, ”Dixon said.

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