Heavy rain is moving through the state, and after it moves out, more isolated storms are possible through this evening.
While the severe threat is low, showers and storms that form will feature downpours as the humidity becomes oppressive. That high level of humidity will stick around through the weekend.
An approaching cold front will stall at times to the north and west of Connecticut, meaning a southwesterly flow will continue to pump in humidity mid- and late-week.
That humidity, coupled with temperatures in the 80s to near 90 degrees, will provide fuel for scattered storms on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
It will not rain the whole time on those days.
Sunday could turn out to be a soaker.