Sunday Morning Weather: Strong Storms For The Plains

Randolph Lopez
August 14, 2017

Today: Partly sunny, less humid. Now it's not going to rain all day every day, but scattered showers and storms are fair game just about any day this week. The weather also looks sunny for the eclipse on Monday, 8/21. Winds will be northeast near 5 miles per hour. The coverage of storms Sunday afternoon should again be on the lower end, and looks like they will be mostly limited to areas south of I-85. Rain and clouds eventually clear overnight with lows in the 50's. The Storm Prediction Center has also highlighted northwestern CT as a part of an area of "marginal risk" for severe-level wind and hail in a few thunderstorms.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny with a slight chance of isolated showers/storms.

The cloud cover this Sunday kept us on the cool side. Expect a high of 85 and a low of 65.

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High 79F. Winds N at 10 to 15 miles per hour. Mostly sunny with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s. The rain risk will be 30 percent.

Sunday will become partly sunny and warm.

Today is a attractive day with mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures.

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