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What's expected to become the fourth heat wave should become official by Friday afternoon.
Channel 3’s Early Warning Weather Tracker was on the road Thursday morning in the middle of tropical downpours.
As the state geared up for another hot day, the smoky sky still lingered from the western wildfires.
Wednesday started out with a mix of sun and clouds, but thunderstorms are expected to develop by the afternoon.
The heat and humidity has been paired with chances for severe storms this weekend.
Portions of the state may see some strong storms develop on Monday afternoon.
As the state dealt with another day of heat and humidity, storms started making their way into northern CT around 4 p.m.
A severe thunderstorm watch was issued for the entire state before storms started firing up Tuesday afternoon.