Hot and humid holiday, chance of rain low
Wednesday evening looks mostly dry for any outdoor plans, especially fireworks.
Seasonally warm and muggy weather lasts through the end of the week. The heat and humidity will fuel scattered showers and storms. The Fourth of July looks to be mostly dry but there is a chance of rain by the afternoon / evening. Fireworks time looks dry but the chance of rain builds through Friday into Saturday. There’s a slight reprieve from the heat and humidity this weekend.
Tonight: An isolated shower possible, low of 70.
Thursday: Partly cloudy, isolated evening storms possible, high of 88.
Friday: More clouds than sun, scattered thunderstorms, high of 86.
Saturday: Morning showers / storms, high of 82.