Because of the heavy rain and a threat of flash flooding, the National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch from Philadelphia to New York City to Hartford, Connecticut; Boston and into Portland, Maine. We will remain mostly dry for Thursday with a very slight chance for a shower. Strong to severe storms are possible with gusty winds and heavy downpours.
We are welcoming scattered rainfall this Sunday morning because rain totals are trending about two inches below average from June 1!
There's no chance of precipitation is in the forecast until Saturday and highs will be in the mid-80s for the remainder of the work week.
Thu: High: 99 Sunny and hotter. Afternoon highs in the upper 80s to low 90s across NE FL, SE GA and along our beaches.
Comfortable conditions are expected for Wednesday through Friday, with daytime highs expected in the low 80s.
Sunshine and warm temperatures once again in the forecast today with highs topping out in the upper 80's to mid 90's.
ABC News Heavy rain will enter the Washington D.C. Philadelphia New York City and Boston regions late Tuesday afternoon
SPRINGS: High - 86; Low - 60.
We'll be tracking these storms through the day here on NBC12! The high temperature will be around 84 degrees.
Tomorrow: Early AM Showers, Clearing Skies.
The first heat wave of 2018 lasted 7 days.
The longest heat waves on record in CT lasted a total of 10 days. There was another 10-day heat wave in the summer of 2016 that lasted from July 21 through July 30. It was 100° on the 19, 100° on the 20, and 101° on the 21!
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