Another drought-denting rain is on the way Tuesday and Wednesday. Another inch of rain will put another small dent in the drought that was about 2 years in the making.
Warmer than normal summer predicted for Connecticut by the National Weather Service.
Unless you're a weather geek you probably haven't heard about the subtropical depression that formed in the Atlantic Ocean today.
From near-record warmth to a more seasonable April chill.
Abnormally high temperatures coupled with gusty winds are leading to an increased risk of brush and forest fires.
The rain has arrived and there is the potential for some flooding this afternoon and early evening.
Another round of rain on top of saturated ground could result in minor flooding in parts of Connecticut Thursday.
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.
Could the drought be finally coming to an end?
NBC Connecticut First Alert meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan gives you the science behind the forecast and shares with you an in-depth look at the weather impacting Connecticut.
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