Showers, thunderstorms could break out Monday evening | New

HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) – The first full day of summer has been hot, humid and includes the possibility of showers and thunderstorms.

Meteorologist Mark Dixon said as Claudette passed off to the south, the storms started pulling west just before 4 p.m.

This prompted a severe thunderstorm watch for Litchfield County until 11pm.

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After a hot and humid Monday, these thunderstorms are the result of a cold front.

“Considering when the storms arrive, that is after sunset, and because there has been more cloud than clearing, the storms will tend to weaken and heading to southern New England, ”Dixon said.

The best chance of a rain or thunderstorm will be in western CT between 10 p.m. Monday and midnight.

Tuesday will be quite cloudy and a much cooler day, with highs between 75 and 80 degrees.

A few scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms are again possible on Tuesday.

The high pressure builds up mid-week, so Wednesday and Thursday will be sunny and less humid, Dixon said.

The week will end in a dry place, with a rise in humidity.

The coming weekend looks to be hot and muggy, with a chance for an isolated downpour or a storm on Sunday.

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