Threat of Severe Weather Has Passed | NBC Connecticut

Threat of Severe Weather Has Passed

One round of thunderstorms moved through this morning and the threat of severe weather continued through this afternoon before moving out Wednesday evening.

A few towns may see showers through the early evening.

Skies clear overnight as temperatures fall into the 60s and refreshing air moves in by morning.

Thursday starts will an abundance of sun before some clouds move in and temperatures will be near 80 degrees with low levels of humidity!

High pressure builds in to close the work week on Friday and that means an abundance of sunshine. Temperatures will be near 80 degrees with exceptionally low levels of humidity.

The big ticket item in the extended forecast is obviously July Fourth.

High pressure sticks around all weekend long, making for perfect parade, fireworks and cookout weather. Impressively, the humidity remains absent! Temperatures will be in the middle-80s.

Early next appears dry at this point with temperatures rising into the upper-80s.

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