AccuWeather: Hot, not humid

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Brittany says temps will be above average Friday, followed by humidity and thunder threats later in the weekend.

NEW YORK (WABC) -- Temps will be above average Friday, followed by humidity and thunder threats later in the weekend into early next week.

The lack of rain continues to worsen the drought conditions with the area of moderate to severe drought expanding.

In Connecticut, Governor Ned Lamont announced a Stage 3 drought level for New London and Windham counties due to more serious conditions emerging in those areas. It's stage 2 across the rest of the state.

Lamont is urging residents to voluntarily reduce water usage to only those things that are absolutely necessary and limit the amount of water being used.

In New York, Rockland County officials declared a Stage 2 water emergency beginning Thursday, implementing mandatory restrictions on water use.


Hot, not humid. High 88.


More humid. High 87.


Late storm chance. High 84.


Chance of showers/thunderstorm. High 81.


Humid with a storm. High 82.


Still a chance. High 85.


Partly sunny. High 86.

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