WPAFB Friday Weather: Muggy morning, highs in the mid-80s

Warming up today, more humid by tomorrow

Warming up today, more humid by tomorrow

Late in the week into next weekend, temperatures could warm further into the upper 90s and even low 100s!

There's no doubt that it felt more like summer outside on Friday. Sunday will see partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies and a slight chance for a pop up storm. Slightly lower humidity could allow lows to fall to the upper 60s, but warmer areas still hold in the lower 70s. Upper 90s mid to late week and no chance for moisture so fire danger will be high.

Meteorologist Mark Larson says threats for severe weather will wind-down Friday and our weather's looking good for the first part of our Holiday weekend.

Tomorrow (Friday): Sunshine dominates the morning but scattered clouds are likely to puff up in the afternoon. Humidity drops a tad more Monday. Maximum highs will be in the mid-upper 80s however if we get thicker cloud cover and/or rain keeping temperatures cool, temperatures may be stuck in the 70s or low 80s. It'll be another mild, muggy night with lows near 70. We're tracking the possibility for showers and storms today. It will be a mostly dry day with clouds and sunshine. Dew point temperatures are mostly in the lower 60s, but they range from 57 degrees at the Waterbury/Oxford Airport to 64 degrees in Danbury. Highs will be in the upper 80s.

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SUNDAY: Partly sunny with a high near 89. Highs will be in the middle 80s.

Early next week will bring rounds of showers/storms to the area Monday and the 4th of July itself.

After the showers and storms blow through early next week, summertime weather is back in full force.

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