It's official – today is day nine of the current heat wave. Not since 2002, 14 years ago, has there been a nine-day heat wave.
The heaviest rain is over, but a scattered shower is possible during the balance of today.
The weekend starts dry with sunshine and clouds Saturday. A shower is possible in western Connecticut. Highs will be in the upper 80s.
Should Bradley hit 90 degrees tomorrow, it would tie the record for longest heat wave at 10 days.
By Sunday, more numerous showers and storms are possible. Temperatures will be in the 80s.
By the middle part of next week, it warms up again with mostly sunny conditions returning by Tuesday.