We were on a roll the last few days with some beautiful summer weather, and that streak continued today.

After a pleasant evening, a mostly clear night is ahead. As the night goes on, the humidity will gradually rise, with the risk of a touch of fog near the coast by dawn. Lows will stay a bit warmer, in the low to mid-60s.

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Tomorrow looks to be the hottest day of the week. It will also be breezy and humid with many inland areas approaching 90. Gusty southwest winds will keep the coast closer to 80.

Our stretch of nice weather comes to a temporary end at the start of the weekend. After a dry day and evening on Friday, we’ll have a chance for a shower or t’storm starting as early as Saturday morning and then again in the afternoon.

4TH OF JULY WEEKEND: Storms Saturday; Warmer and Drier Sunday and Monday

Saturday is a mostly cloudy and very humid day. It won’t be raining every hour of the day, but there is a likelihood of some scattered showers and thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon and evening.

A heads up that some strong or severe storms are possible. These could contain damaging wind gusts, hail, lightning and downpours.

The stormy weather clears out on Saturday night, leading to a pleasant, warm, and dry Sunday with highs in the mid-80s.

If you’re catching one of the many fireworks displays, the weather cooperates, Sunday and Monday evenings with temperatures in the mid-70s around 9 PM.

We have a list of local fireworks happening this weekend here:

Monday looks like a nice summer day for any Independence Day festivities. We’re expecting mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures, reaching the mid-80s by late afternoon. Temperatures will be climbing through the 70s as the Bristol 4th of July parade kicks off.

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