While most of Tuesday stayed dry, western Massachusetts had some overnight thunderstorms that moved in around midnight.
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More strong thunderstorms moved into western Massachusetts late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.
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A boy in CT died after being left alone in a hot car. 22News is working for you with info you need to know about heatstroke and children.
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