STORM WATCH: Scattered showers heading for Connecticut late today into Friday, flash flood watch issued

Rain will be drenching Connecticut late today into Friday and could cause flash flooding.
The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch from 4 p.m. today in Fairfield County until Friday morning.   
Today will be cloudy and humid with showers that will develop into steadier rain later in the afternoon. The rain will continue through the night with scattered thunderstorms also possible.
Expect showers with passing breaks of sun. Storms roll in tonight after the evening rush.
Flash flooding is likely after midnight when 2-4 inches of rain could fall in the span of 3 hours tonight.
Friday will be seeing rain and storms in the morning before they dissipate by the afternoon. Flooding rains linger through the Friday morning commute. The clouds begin to clear by noon tomorrow.
The weekend will be much more pleasant with comfortable temperatures in the low-70s and some sunshine.
THURSDAY: Cloudy, humid with showers, developing into a steadier rain later in the afternoon. Rain at night, heavy at times with scattered thunderstorms also possible. High of 78.
FRIDAY: Morning rain and storms ending by noon with cloudy skies in the afternoon. High of 73.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and nice. High of 72.
SUNDAY: A mix of clouds and sun but pleasant. High of 71.