Area residents can expect temperatures to slowly taper and level off in the low 70s as the sun goes down, with a chance of concentrated fog in certain areas that could cause hazardous conditions, according to the National Weather Service. The weekend does not appear to be a washout, however, if plans take you outdoors, remain weather aware.
The line of storms moved into the area from northwest to southeast, first ravaging some parts of Sedgwick County around 7:30 PM on Thursday night.
The severe storm prediction center (SPC) has placed most of CT in a "Slight" risk of severe weather.
"The primary risk will be that of damaging winds, though, some 1" diameter or bigger hail also looks possible.More news: Rory McIlroy Roasted Steve Elkington on Twitter
The agency says strong wind gusts can toss loose objects, damage weak buildings, break branches off trees and overturn large vehicles.
There will be some storms ahead of the main line of storms mid-afternoon that could contain some hail and heavy rain.
The First Alert Weather forecast team has issued a First Alert for the potential for severe weather on Monday afternoon and evening.
Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada.