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Get Our Independence Day Forecast!

Get Our Independence Day Forecast!

Summer officially begins this week and, hard as it may be to believe, the Fourth of July is right around the corner.

Don’t make any plans for Independence Day without checking our weather prediction for your region!

Northeast U.S.

Stormy Independence Day, but fair for the holiday weekend.

Midwest/Great Lakes U.S.

Hot and dry for the Independence Day holiday.

Southeast U.S.
Thunderstorms for Carolinas south to the Gulf Coast, then clearing.

North Central U.S.
Hot.

South Central U.S.

Hot. Thunderstorms Gulf Coast, then clearing.

Northwest U.S.
Warm to hot for the fourth.

Southwest U.S.

Hot for the holiday!

Don’t forget to check our long-range forecast to see up to four months of detailed predictions for your region.

1 comment

1 Barbara { 06.21.13 at 1:09 am }

A map would be helpful

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