First Alert: Flash Flood Watches Issued for Part of State

What to Know

  • WHAT: A First Alert for heavy rain and thunderstorms that bring a risk of flash flooding
  • WHEN: Wednesday through early Thursday
  • WHERE: All of Connecticut

The NBC Connecticut meteorologists have issued a First Alert for heavy rain and thunderstorms for today through early Thursday, and flash flood watches have been issued for parts of the state.

NBC Connecticut

Flash flood watches were issued for Hartford, Tolland and Windham counties Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning.

Wednesday brings scattered showers and thunderstorms. Heavier pockets of rain will move in from the south, increasing later today. There is some chance for flash flooding, with the recent heavy rains having already saturated the ground. 

An isolated severe storm is also possible.

High temperatures will range between 75 and 80 and it will be humid.

Thursday will also feature scattered showers and storms, especially in the morning. Highs in the 80s.

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