AccuWeather: A Cool, Damp 4th of July

Watch the latest from Meteorologist Cecily Tynan and AccuWeather.

TONIGHT: However, clouds are on the increase and will continue to thicken overnight as another area of low pressure rides along a stalled frontal boundary to our south and upper level energy rolls through the Northeast. Some showers will arrive by dawn, especially west of Philadelphia. The low is 68.

SATURDAY (4th OF JULY): It'll be a cloudy, damp 4th of July with cool temperatures (a high of 75 in Center City, 65 in the Poconos and 74 at the Shore.) Showers are likely with even a period of steady rain for 2 or 3 hours not out of the question depending on how these two systems interact. In general this is not a washout like we saw last Saturday. By evening, most of this activity is likely to die down, so most fireworks displays should be rain-free.

SUNDAY: The holiday weekend ends on a nice, seasonably warm, somewhat humid note. Look for partly sunny skies and a warmer high of 85.

MONDAY: We have mostly sunny skies. It's very warm and humid with a thunderstorm not out of the question. The high is around 86.

TUESDAY: It'll be muggy with clouds and sunshine and a few late day showers and thunderstorms. The high is 89.

WEDNESDAY: Clouds mix with sun. It's hot and humid with showers and thunderstorms possible ahead of an approaching front. The high is 90.

THURSDAY: It's partly sunny and slightly cooler. The high is 86.

FRIDAY: It stays warm. Skies are partly sunny. The high is 86.
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