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Will You Be FREE from Rain This Fourth?

Will You Be FREE from Rain This Fourth?

It’s summer and one of the biggest holidays of the season is almost here! Here are our long-range outlooks for the 4th of July, 2014. Have a safe, happy and hopefully pleasant weather holiday.

Zone 1 — Northeast
Fair skies, generally pleasant

Zone 2 — Midwest and Great Lakes
Fair, tranquil.

Zone 3 — Southeast
Hazy sun, muggy with hit-or-miss thunderstorms Florida.

Zone 4 — North Central
Fair, dry, and very warm.

Zone 5 — South Central
Monsoonal showers, still hot for New Mexico. Fair, dry, very warm elsewhere.

Zone 6 — Northwest
Fair skies, generally pleasant.

Zone 7 — Southwest
Monsoonal showers, still hot for parts of Arizona.

Don’t forget to check our long-range forecasts to see up to four months of detailed predictions for your region. Canadians, don’t miss our Canada Day forecast!


1 jmc { 06.25.14 at 3:39 pm }

I hope “New England” is gonna warm up this is pathetic

2 shirley clark { 06.24.14 at 6:44 am }

So glad to find this website.
Planning for surgery next month.
My mother always consulted the almanac in health matters.

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