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Update is local observation time. What time is it in Waterbury Center? 2:11 AM Thursday, September 23, 2021
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Note: Our 7 day Waterbury Center weather forecast is our most reliable forecast. This model should only be used as a probable scenario. Forecasting more than 7 days ahead is challenging.
ThuSep 23Patchy rain possible, high 76°F24°C, low 61°F,16°C, chance of precipitation 91%, wind SSE 15 mph,SSE 24 km/h, barometric pressure 30 in,1016 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 83%.
FriSep 24Heavy rain, high 71°F22°C, low 45°F,7°C, chance of precipitation 87%, wind SSW 13 mph,SSW 22 km/h, barometric pressure 29.97 in,1015 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 88%.
SatSep 25Partly cloudy, high 73°F23°C, low 42°F,5°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SSE 3 mph,SSE 4 km/h, barometric pressure 30.06 in,1018 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 77%.
SunSep 26Moderate rain, high 71°F22°C, low 42°F,5°C, chance of precipitation 85%, wind SSW 7 mph,SSW 11 km/h, barometric pressure 29.85 in,1011 mb, visibility 5 mi8 km, humidity 84%.
MonSep 27Patchy rain possible, high 63°F17°C, low 38°F,3°C, chance of precipitation 71%, wind WSW 7 mph,WSW 12 km/h, barometric pressure 29.85 in,1011 mb, visibility 4 mi6 km, humidity 85%.
TueSep 28Partly cloudy, high 68°F20°C, low 40°F,4°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SSW 5 mph,SSW 7 km/h, barometric pressure 29.97 in,1015 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 81%.
WedSep 29Partly cloudy, high 70°F21°C, low 43°F,6°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind WNW 5 mph,WNW 8 km/h, barometric pressure 30.03 in,1017 mb, visibility 4 mi7 km, humidity 80%.
ThuSep 30Partly cloudy, high 64°F18°C, low 37°F,3°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind WNW 6 mph,WNW 10 km/h, barometric pressure 30.24 in,1024 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 69%.
FriOct 1Partly cloudy, high 68°F20°C, low 36°F,2°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SW 3 mph,SW 6 km/h, barometric pressure 30.42 in,1030 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 63%.
SatOct 2Partly cloudy, high 73°F23°C, low 39°F,4°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind WSW 4 mph,WSW 6 km/h, barometric pressure 30.39 in,1029 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 69%.
SunOct 3Partly cloudy, high 81°F27°C, low 48°F,9°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind W 4 mph,W 7 km/h, barometric pressure 30.24 in,1024 mb, visibility 6 mi10 km, humidity 81%.
MonOct 4Partly cloudy, high 77°F25°C, low 52°F,11°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind WSW 4 mph,WSW 7 km/h, barometric pressure 30.15 in,1021 mb, visibility 5 mi8 km, humidity 82%.
TueOct 5Partly cloudy, high 83°F28°C, low 52°F,11°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SW 5 mph,SW 7 km/h, barometric pressure 30.09 in,1019 mb, visibility 5 mi8 km, humidity 79%.

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WedOct 6Partly cloudy, high 83°F29°C, low 52°F,11°C, chance of precipitation 0%, wind SSW 7 mph,SSW 11 km/h, barometric pressure 30.15 in,1021 mb, visibility 6 mi9 km, humidity 82%.

Short Range Forecast DiscussionNWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD321 PM EDT Wed Sep 22 2021Valid Thu Sep 23 2021 - Sat Sep 25 2021...Widespread heavy rain, localized severe weather to transpire with areasof flooding likely from the Great Lakes to the northern Mid-Atlantic thisevening; Moderate Risks for Excessive Rainfall are posted......Swath of heavy showers and thunderstorms reaches the Northeast onThursday; hazards such as flash flooding and severe weather are possible......Autumn-like temperatures in the South and Northern Plains; the WestCoast gradually warms up the second half of the week...All eyes are on a strengthening area of low pressure located in the OhioValley this afternoon. This storm system is intensifying thanks to adeepening upper level low tracking through the Lower Great Lakes region.This wave of low pressure is responsible for ongoing showers andthunderstorms up and down the East Coast and as far west as the easternCorn Belt. Thunderstorms will be severe at times from the Ohio Valley onsouth into the Carolinas with damaging wind gusts, large hail, andtornadoes all possible. In addition, a rich feed of tropical moistureaccompanied within a robust southerly wind field aloft supports ExcessiveRainfall rates within heavy showers and thunderstorms in advance of, andalong, an advancing cold front. This has led to the issuance of twoModerate Risks for Excessive Rainfall; one in the central Appalachians andone in portions of the Lower Great Lakes. Heavy rainfall rates leading toareas of flash flooding is also a concern in the northern Mid-Atlanticwhere soil moisture anomalies remain overly saturated versus normal forparts of the region. This has resulted in Flash Flood Watches being issuedin these aforementioned areas, including for some of the major markets ofthe northern Mid-Atlantic. On the back side of the storm, periods ofmoderate-to-heavy rainfall is likely to produce areas of flash flooding inthe lower Great Lakes this evening. Rapid runoff, fast rising creeks andstreams, and urbanized flash flooding are all expected to occur where themost intense rainfall rates take shape.As the low occludes over the Great Lakes tonight and into Thursday, thecold front will gradually push east, shifting the focus for heavierrainfall into the Northeast on Thursday. A Slight Risk for ExcessiveRainfall remains in place from the northern DelMarVa Peninsula andDelaware Valley on north into the interior Northeast. The front"s slowprogression will keep rounds of heavy showers and thunderstorms in theforecast across much of New England on Friday, where a Marginal Risk forExcessive Rainfall is in place. Farther south, the trailing end of thecold front comes to a crawling speed over central Florida, leading todaily rounds of strong thunderstorms capable of producing locally heavydownpours over South Florida both Thursday and Friday.Behind the front, high pressure and dry conditions look to stick aroundthroughout the Nation"s Heartland Thursday and into Friday. Farther west,a relatively dry cold front brings a reinforcing shot of autumn-liketemperatures to parts of the northern Rockies on Thursday, then into theNorthern Plains on Friday. Seasonally cooler temperatures and morerefreshing humidity levels engulf much of the South, while the West Coastheats up as a ridge of high pressure aloft builds in by Friday.MullinaxGraphics are available at www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/basicwx/basicwx ndfd.phpStorm Prediction CenterUnited States 2 Day ForecastWPC Short Range Forecasts (Days ½-2½)