A heat advisory has been extended for Connecticut through Tuesday.
Temperatures on Sunday climbed into the mid-90s, continuing a heat wave for the state for a sixth consecutive day. The heat wave is expected to continue on Monday.
With high humidity Monday, "feels-like" temperatures will be near 100 degrees.
Sunday evening saw some showers and thunderstorms and the same is expected for Monday, especially in the afternoon and evening.
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The heat wave is expected to break on Wednesday, with drier, and cooler air moving in. Temperatures are expected to be in the low 80s by Wednesday.