The heavy rain and thunderstorms are moving out of the state.
A surge of tropical moisture and a deep low pressure to our west is going to bring a soaking rain into Connecticut on Friday.
NBC Connecticut Meteorologists have issued a 'First Alert' for heavy rain and thunderstorms expected Friday.
A dreaded cut-off low is going to pay Connecticut a visit this weekend and early next week.
Severe thunderstorms continue to move through Pennsylvania and upstate New York. The thunderstorms will continue to move east towards Connecticut.
Temperatures were quite warm today. Inland areas climbed into the low to middle 80s, the warm weather was even experienced along the shoreline where temperatures reached the middle 70s.
With warmer air making it feel a bit like summer - we may have to deal with a few thunderstorms Saturday morning across the state. A nose of unstable air will push north in southern New England around daybreak...
Warmer air is working into the state and some areas could hit 80 degrees Friday and Saturday.
Warmer temperatures and some sunshine by Friday and Saturday - I can't wait! The forecast is becoming more clear as we get a nice consensus on our computer models.
A sprawling cut-off low off the Carolinas is drifting north and will produce locally heavy rain in Connecticut later tonight.
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