We’re still tracking showers for overnight into Saturday. A few rumbles of thunder are also possible. As for the temperatures, they’ll fall back into the upper 50s and low 60s by tomorrow morning. Watch for patchy fog, especially for coastal areas through Saturday morning.
BEACH FORECAST: Saturday won’t be a good beach day as we’ll be socked in with lots of clouds and showers at times. Temperatures will be in the low to mid-60s, which is actually colder than the water temperatures. For any surfers out there, or those who brave the weather conditions, keep in mind that there is a moderate rip current risk.
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Saturday will feature lots of clouds and scattered showers across the area. Some heavier downpours are also possible. Sunday will still have the threat for a few showers but it’ll be a drier day overall. Monday will be the day for any outdoor plans as highs will be near 80 with plenty of sunshine.
INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND: Cold Rainy Start, Drier and Warmer Finish
The start of the holiday weekend is reminiscent of Memorial Day weekend. Near record cold temperatures are possible on Saturday, along with cloudy skies, a stiff northeast wind and off and on showers. Temperatures will be stuck in the 50s and 60s. By Sunday, the weather will start to gradually improve. Clouds will break for some occasional peeks of sun. While we could see a passing shower, it won’t be a “washout”. Temperatures are still cool for this time of year with highs in the upper 60s to near 70. The best day for 4th of July festivities, including the Bristol Parade, looks to be on Monday, with seasonable highs and partly sunny skies.
Make sure to check our websites for a list of up-to-date schedules for fireworks displays and other Independence Day weekend events.