Scattered Storms Ahead of Possible Heat Wave | NBC Connecticut

Scattered Storms Ahead of Possible Heat Wave



    Scattered thunderstorms and showers forecasted into the evening Sunday will be followed by a spike in temperature and a possible heat wave this week.

    Showers and thunderstorms are possible up to about 11 p.m. Any storms aren't expected to be severe, but they could pack a punch with heavy rain and lightning.

    There are better storm chances in the northern part of the state with chances of isolated showers overnight into Monday and possibly early Tuesday morning. Most of Tuesday and Wednesday will be dry. Tuesday to Thursday could bring a possible heat wave with temperatures possibly reaching 95. High humidity is expected this week.

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