Strong, severe thunderstorms expected Tuesday afternoon

A flash flood watch is in place along the I-95 corridor on Tuesday

Today: Partly sunny, possible afternoon/evening storms. A lot of lighting would be likely from storms but heavy rains and small hail are also a strong possibility. The chance of thunderstorms will continue until Thursday night, forecasters said. Highs in the upper 80s to low 90s.

SPRINGS: High - 86; Low - 60.

Late day showers and storms will primarily be near I-94 or along and on east of US-131. Up to an inch of rain is expected in most southern areas, with high amounts expected in areas where the storm is especially intense.

Temperatures overnight will drop into the mid-60s, with skies clearing up.

The main impact from these storms will be very heavy, torrential downpours, potentially causing some localized flash flooding.

Heavy rain will enter the Washington D.C. Philadelphia New York City and Boston regions late Tuesday afternoon
ABC News Heavy rain will enter the Washington D.C. Philadelphia New York City and Boston regions late Tuesday afternoon

That means a chance for a showers and thunderstorms straight through the weekend, with highs in the low to mid 80s.

Thu: High: 99 Sunny and hotter. Highs will drop into the mid 80s tomorrow as winds shift to the north and northeast.

Temperatures will once again top 90 degrees by midday. The result will be abundant cloud cover in addition to numerous showers and a few thunderstorms.

The longest heat waves on record in CT lasted a total of 10 days.

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