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Posted at 5:00 AM ET, 06/30/2008

Fourth of July Outlook: Sunny or Stormy?

By Jason Samenow

The big forecast question for Independence Day is whether or not a cold front approaching the region Thursday night will move far enough to the east Friday to give us dry weather. Current guidance suggests we'll probably be in the clear, but summer fronts can be sluggish so the confidence level for this forecast is just medium:

July 4th Forecast Details

10 a.m. -- Partly sunny, 76
1 p.m. -- Mostly sunny, 83
4 p.m. -- Partly sunny*, 85
7 p.m. -- Partly sunny*, 81
10 p.m. -- Partly cloudy*, 79

*Between 4-10 p.m., there is a 20% chance of a t'storm.

Keep checking back for updates throughout the week.

Want more forecast details for the short term? See our full forecast.

By Jason Samenow  | June 30, 2008; 5:00 AM ET
Categories:  Fourth of July  
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