Fourth of July, it may rain this evening

Video: Fourth of July showers possible this evening

That’s where our snow spots are. So the next several days will be especially nice and hazy. For your 4th of July weekend, your Friday, early morning showers are possible. We’re starting to dry out, with afternoon showers and storms the best chance Saturday, especially early morning. Then we dry things out on Sunday, but it will still be humid with humidity, upper 80s and lower 90S dew points in the upper 670s, lower OK, especially Oxford rolling its way towards South Bridge. Webster. It continues eastward through it. Elsewhere, mostly cloudy skies. That’s the story for today, but we have a chance for a hit or miss shower tonight, so keep an umbrella with you. But I very much hope, if we are not all dry by now, as we look towards our night-times. You see this energy in our Southwest. That’s going to roll its way in and maybe some rain to get out on Friday morning. Right now, though, it’s a little on the muggy side, 85 degrees. But it feels like 88 degrees. A light wind from the west at 12 MPH. If you remember, last year we dealt with some fog for our fireworks. This time. I believe the fog will hold off for most of the evening, but as we head into the night hours, the fog will really start to pick up. We’re looking at scattered fog to begin early Friday morning with little to no sight or visibility Y along with high humidity, really peaking on our Saturday. The humidity will start to drop a little bit on your Sunday, but the day after tomorrow, Tuesday, will be nice and tropical out there and finally start to pick up some of that snow a sigh of relief. So tonight, temperatures are steady in the 70s. Mostly cloudy skies, but we’re not seeing widespread showers, but a hit or miss shower as seen on radar can’t be avoided. So this evening, we’re really starting in earnest. Some of that cloud cover will work tomorrow morning. Depending on your location, there may be some showers and even thunderstorms. Great opportunity south of and along Mass Pike. Continues throughout the day. A mostly dry, overcast day, similar to what we experienced. There may be some intervals of sunshine, but expect more clouds than sunshine, and then once again by Friday evening, we start to see those clouds really work. Saturday morning right. It’s going to be on the wet side, so today you can expect cloudy skies in our evening hours and some early morning fog moving out of your UR afternoon hours. But Saturday will be the warmest day with temperatures in the upper 80s. A better chance for some scattered showers and storms. Dry goods on our Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.

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Video: Fourth of July showers possible this evening

David Williams looks at the forecast for Boston, Massachusetts and New England. Info: Futurecast | Interactive Radar | Weather warnings

David Williams looks at the forecast for Boston, Massachusetts and New England.

Info: Futurecast | Interactive Radar | Weather warnings

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