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Heat Wave Expected To Last Through Wednesday

Heat Wave Expected To Last Through Wednesday

The heat wave shows no sign of letting up in Connecticut — temperatures could hit the 90s until at least Wednesday, with humidity rising again on Monday.

The temperature hit 96 at Bradley International Airport on Saturday, and could reach 93 on Sunday, but with a little less humidity, according to Fox 61 meteorologist Sam Sampieri. Friday was the hottest day since 2012, reaching 99 at Bradley.

"I think today was a tinge less humid," Sampieri said of Saturday, "and tomorrow [Sunday] will be even better. Then the humidity returns with the heat on Monday."

He expects the temperature Monday to be 93 degrees, but with the humidity, it will feel more...

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