Forecast Discussion 07/04/2019 AM: Hot and humid for the 4th of July!

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AVERAGE HIGH FOR JULY 4TH: 82°

AVERAGE LOW FOR JULY 4TH: 57°

THURSDAY SUNRISE: 5:37 AM

THURSDAY SUNSET: 8:47 PM

Walking out the door you are going to feel the humidity and will have to deal with low visibilities. Patchy fog will begin to lift as we head through the morning. We are going to have to deal with hot and humid conditions for the holiday. Highs today will near 90, with heat indices between 90 & 95 degrees. Scattered showers and an isolated thunderstorm is possible heading through this afternoon. Keep this in mind if you have any outdoor plans. Showers will taper off overnight and patchy fog will once again develop. Staying on the muggy and mild side as lows will only fall into the upper 60s.

Rain chances will continue into the beginning portions of the weekend. Along with the rain chances we will still have to deal with humidity. An approaching front will trigger showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon on Friday and then into Saturday. But late day Saturday and overnight this front will pass our region bringing and end to the rain chances by the end of the weekend.

High pressure will provide us with a relief from both the rain and humidity by Sunday. Highs on Sunday will hover around 80 and we will see some lingering showers early in the morning. Through out the day showers will taper and clouds will begin to clear. Comfortable temperatures and sun will return to the Twin Tiers for the start of the work week!

THURSDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE SHOWERS & T-STORMS
HIGH: 89

THURSDAY NIGHT: EARLY SHOWER, MOSTLY CLOUDY. PATCHY FOG.
LOW: 68

FRIDAY: CLOUDY. CHANCE SHOWERS & T-STORMS
HIGH: 86 LOW: 70

SATURDAY: CLOUDY. CHANCE SHOWERS & T-STORMS
HIGH: 85 LOW: 62

SUNDAY: SHOWERS TAPER. DECREASING CLOUDS
HIGH: 80 LOW: 53

MONDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY
HIGH: 83 LOW: 56

TUESDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY, PASSING CLOUDS
HIGH: 85 LOW: 60

WEDNESDAY: PARTLY SUNNY, INCREASING CLOUDS. ISOLATED LATE DAY SHOWER.
HIGH: 85 LOW: 62

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