Strong to severe storms are still possible in parts of Connecticut for the rest of Tuesday, however the severe threat is diminishing.
A severe thunderstorm warning that was issued for New London County has expired.
A severe thunderstorm warning had been issued for as issued for parts of Hartford, Tolland and Windham counties until 2:15 p.m., but that has since expired.
Any storms that do develop have the potential to contain hail as a result of much colder air far above our heads.
While the risk for severe weather remains low for the rest of Tuesday, our First Alert meteorologists will be monitoring any storm development.
Aside from scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon, the day looks really nice! We finally have a break from the humidity with much more comfortable air settling in with cooler temperatures in the low 80s for the rest of the week.
We are watching another heatwave that looks to begin on Saturday.