This weekend will be a bit more comfortable than recent days.
NBC Connecticut meteorologist Tyler Jankoski reviews ways to keep you and your family safe in lightning storms.
Temperatures rose to near 90 degrees as a line of thunderstorms approached the state on Thursday afternoon.
After a brief reprieve from the heat, higher temperatures make a return midweek.
Despite getting rain Friday night and then again on Tuesday morning, the state is still in a major rainfall deficit and the lack of rain is impacting farmers.
Still need the air conditioning this evening.
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High heat and oppressive humidity is expected late this week.
A tornado watch has been issued for Hartford, New Haven, Fairfield, and Litchfield counties until 10 p.m.
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