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A hot 4th of July and a chance of storms

Keep a watchful eye to the sky for your holiday plans. Storms are possible by evening and may affect some fireworks displays in the region.
Posted at 6:39 AM, Jul 03, 2024

*** EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING THURSDAY FROM NOON TO 9 PM ***

We'll keep a chance of a few isolated storms in the forecast this evening and tonight with a warm and muggy start to the Fourth of July!

The Fourth of July looks hot and humid. Afternoon highs near the triple digits with heat index values near 110°. A cold front that will move in later in the day sparking a few thunderstorms by late afternoon and evening. A few could be severe with a damaging wind and hail threat. Be weather aware for any outdoor plans you may have. It is possible storms may impact 4th of July fireworks displays across parts of Green Country.

Rain chances continue Friday morning as the front pushes south but chances will be dropping through the morning. The main topic with the front by Friday is the nice relief from the heat! Afternoon highs will be in the mid to upper 80s with northerly winds. A refreshing end to the week!

As of now, the weekend looks seasonably hot with highs in the low 90s. As moisture returns from the south, a few showers and storms look possible on Sunday.

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