Showers Popping Up - Flooding & Thunder

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By Quincy Vagell on May 23, 2012, 2:00pm

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Some showers are flaring up across northwestern parts of Connecticut and these slow moving, potentially heavy showers could pack a punch.

Looking at radar and satellite imagery, there is a zone with pop up showers, some of much are dropping heavy rain. A few of these cells could pump out some thunder as well. 
The biggest concern is that these cells are moving very slowly once they fire.

The result could be very localized heavy rainfall and even some ponding of roadways and minor flooding. A strong thundershower just popped up in nearly northern New Jersey and it's basically stationary.

Basically along and NW of the I-84 corridor is in the zone for these storms. A few spotty sprinkles or stray showers are possible across southeastern CT.

Take a took below at some live radar loops and see how the activity is going now.

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Quincy Vagell

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