More showers, thunderstorms possible this afternoon | Connecticut News




HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) – Thursday is expected to be the wettest day on the current forecast.

Meteorologist Commor Lewis said a cold front will slide south into southern New England on Thursday.

“Given the rain [Wednesday], some localized flooding is a possibility, ”Lewis said. “90% of the state is at marginal risk of severe weather.

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Temperatures will be in the 80s.

Heavy rains with clusters of thunderstorms are expected to intensify by 4 p.m.

“I think a few cities will have more than an inch of rain [Thursday]Lewis said. “The greatest chance of high winds and heavy rain is south of I-84.”

For Friday, temperatures will be even lower. The peaks should only reach the 70s.

The front is expected to settle south of New England and several waves of low pressure will develop over it. The result will be a mostly cloudy to overcast day with showers or a few spells of rain. Heavy rains locally may again be possible.

Showers are also possible on the weekend of July 4th.

However, Channel 3 meteorologists had not planned a load shedding.

Saturday seems to be 70 degrees under a mostly cloudy sky. There is a chance for isolated showers.

Sunday should be partly sunny with highs in the 70’s. A few showers are likely in the afternoon and early evening, but most of the day will be dry for vacation outdoor activities.

“The forecast is colder,” said Lewis. “We shouldn’t be over 70 on Saturday. Some hill towns might not hit 60. We’ll barely have sun breaks in between. [Thursday] and Sunday morning. “

Warmer and wetter weather returns on Monday and Tuesday.

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