Heavy rain and scattered thunderstorms are moving into the state. Some thunderstorms could include strong winds and even some small hail.
Signals are growing for an impressive surge of warmth next week. It won't be record breaking but it certainly will be a welcome change after an unusually cold March across Connecticut.
Two storms each dropping 1 to 2 inches of rain - finally! Combined with snow melt to our north this rain may even be enough to result in minor flooding on some of the larger rivers in the state.
NBC Connecticut meteorologists have issued a First Alert for heavy rain today and another for Thursday.
Could the drought be finally coming to an end?
Today's storm is beginning to pick up in intensity as colder air filters in from the north this evening.
A storm is going to dive south of southern New England and produce a period of rain, sleet, freezing rain, and even a bit of snow. If you're excited for a big snowstorm - temper your enthusiasm immediately!
Latest thinking on Friday's storm.
NBC Connecticut Meteorologists have issued a First Alert for a wintry mix of snow, sleet, freezing rain and plain rain impacting the state.
March is supposed to go out like a lamb - not like this! On the 20th anniversary of the epic April Fools storm of 1997 it appears that parts of southern New England may see another winter storm.
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