Heat and humidity make a weekend return to Connecticut.

Heat wave returns to Connecticut

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After a brief respite, the heat wave will return to Connecticut, according to meteorologist Brad Field. In his weekly podcast with co-host Dan Lovallo, Field notes that a high pressure system will move east from Asheville, NC, pumping hot humid air into the region, starting Sunday, July 26.

Meanwhile, the tropics are also heating up both in the Atlantic and the Pacific. Hawaii is faced with the prospects of a category 4 hurricane, while tropical storms are brewing in the Gulf and Atlantic. Field discusses all of this, plus he and Lovallo veer off into whether the Toronto Blue Jays might play baseball in Hartford, CT in 2020.

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