Central Connecticut has just seen its second heat wave of the season. 3 days of temeratures 90 degrees and over is a heat wave. That persistent pattern has come to an abrupt end today as clouds dominated, but the nagging humidity did not go away. Over the next week or so, a constant threat of showers everyday, some heavy causing flooding of lowline areas. Also, thunderstorms will be around for good measure too.
A wet pattern is very typical for New England this time of year as changeable weather conditions stall creating a roadblock in weather systems. Unfortunately vacation season has begun and many will need to be creative to handle the wet and humid days the lie ahead.