Today's Forecast

A pleasant stretch of weather this week.

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Wednesday Weather Blog

Fair weather is expected again today. Looking for plenty of sunshine, mixed with some cloudiness and seasonable temps. Highs neared 80 for most inland spots, cooler at the shoreline. Our newest camera in the StormTracker camera network in Bridgeport showed the great start to the day.

Tomorrow looks even sunnier. High temps will push 90 inland tomorrow, with some humidity. Sea breezes will keep the beaches very comfortable.

Sunny skies on tap for Thursday.

Late this week, we're watching showers and storms for the second half of Friday, especially late in the afternoon and evening. The cold front may be strong enough to induce some stronger thunderstorms late Friday.

The Storm Prediction Center has part of Connecticut in a level 2 severe weather threat, out of 5.

There will be a bit of humidity in the air toward the end of the week, as well, to go along with high temperatures approaching 90°.

There will be a noticeable warming trend heading into next week. We'll see one of the warmest stretches of weather we have seen so far this season - multiple days could get into the 90s (and that's *before* factoring in any humidity).

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