“A sunny 4th of July awaits us on Friday as high pressure keeps control of the region. Have a safe and happy Fourth of July!” – Chief Meteorologist Adam Claibon
Clouds were few and far between today, as strong winds became the focal point of our weather. The high winds calm heading into tonight, while skies will stay clear. Temperatures are expected to be cool again, as overnight lows are expected to drop between the low to mid 40s. A sunny 4th of July awaits us on Friday as high pressure keeps control of the region.
Highs will top off in the middle and upper 70s with southwest winds increasing between 5 to 10 miles per hour.
Tomorrow night looks to be quiet and mild. Light south winds will blow around five miles per hour, while temperatures fall to the low to mid 50s under a partly cloudy sky. By Saturday, heat and humidity build in front of our next disturbance as partly sunny skies hold strong.