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4th of July Week

By Melissa Mack, WBZ-TV
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Today will be another warm one with highs mainly in the lower to middle 80′s.

Keep your ‘eyes to the sky’ this afternoon as a few spot strong storms may develop during the heat of the day.

Check: Current Conditions | Weather Maps | Interactive Radar

A weak sea breeze may kick in this afternoon cooling off the communities that are clsoe to the coastline.  It won’t be too humid today either with dewpoints in the middle to upper 50′s.

Tuesday will be soaked with sunshine. Highs temps will be in the middle to upper 80′s. A sea breeze may develop during the mid-afternoon hours allowing for a slight cooldown along the coast.

Then, the 4th of July isn’t looking as spectacular!

Mother Nature may set off her own set of fireworks!

There will be a chance of a shower or storm on Wednesday morning due to the northward progression of a warm front.  Then, there is a better chance for strong to severe storms during the afternoon and evening as a cold front passes through southern New England.

Hopefully, these storms will race to the east and allow for calm conditions by the time the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular gets in full gear.

We will be watching this closely and bringing you updates with new model runs as they become available.  The 4th is going to be another warm day in the middle to upper 80′s.

Thursday and Friday will be quiet but also very hot. Temps will climb near 90 on both days, but cooler at the coast.

Looking ahead to the weekend, Saturday appears to have a chance of late-day storms due to a cold front. These storms should end Saturday night before giving way to a suny Sunday.

It’ll be sweltering on Saturday with highs in the middle 90′s, while Sunday will show some relief with highs in the middle 80′s along with lower humidity.

Beach and boating forecasts can be found by clicking this link.  Be safe!

Happy 4th of July week!

~Melissa :)

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