From near-record warmth to a more seasonable April chill.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will roll through Sunday evening following a day of summer-like warmth in parts of the state.
We're forecasting another big warm-up and this time it arrives just in time for the Easter holiday.
After experiencing temperatures in the 70s and 80s to start the week temperatures will be much more seasonable to close out the week.
Abnormally high temperatures coupled with gusty winds are leading to an increased risk of brush and forest fires.
Warm air has moved into the state and we're expecting summer like temperatures by Tuesday afternoon.
The weekend will start out on a cool note. We're forecasting high temperatures Saturday to be around 50 degrees with partly sunny skies.
The rain has arrived and there is the potential for some flooding this afternoon and early evening.
Another round of rain on top of saturated ground could result in minor flooding in parts of Connecticut Thursday.
See incredible footage of a lightning storm hitting the NBC affiliate in Columbus, Georgia, on Wednesday, April 5, 2017. The lightning knocked the network off the air for a few minutes, but no one was hurt.
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