Where are the storms in Connecticut right now?

Where are the storms in Connecticut right now?

The NBC Connecticut meteorologists are tracking storms moving through the state Friday and over the weekend. Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for parts Tolland, New London and Windham counties but have since expired. The storms moving through Connecticut Friday contain lightning, heavy rain, and gusty winds.

Where is the smoke coming from in Connecticut?

Smoke from wildfires in the western part of the continent caused smoky skies in Connecticut Tuesday morning and may irritate some sensitive groups throughout the day. There are fires in 13 states, more than a million acres have burned, and the smoke is coming across the continent.

Is there a flash flood watch in CT?

A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for northern Connecticut until 11 p.m. tonight. While severe weather is not expected today, any pop up downpours and storms could lead to localized flooding. Whil…

What’s the weather like in Connecticut right now?

Sunny along with a few clouds. Hot. A chance for some late day storms otherwise hot and humid. Scattered thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon. A mix of sun and clouds with a slight chance for a shower or storm. A chance for a thunderstorm otherwise a mix of sun and clouds. A few isolated thunderstorms developing during the afternoon.

Is there flash flood watch in Hartford CT?

A flash flood watch has been issued for Hartford, Tolland and Windham, effective Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning. A 48-hour advisory against swimming at many non-shoreline beaches in the state remained in effect Sunday, while Wadsworth Falls state park in Middletown remained closed all weekend.

How old is the 16 year old suspect in West Hartford?

West Hartford police have a 16-year-old suspect in custody who is accused of stealing a car while a 2-year-old child was still inside. Hartford HealthCare reaches pandemic milestone.

Who is the Governor of the state of Connecticut?

In a picturesque scene overlooking Long Island Sound, Gov. Ned Lamont stood on a pristine public beach recently with 25 supporters who heaped praise on him for fighting against climate change.