Rain Moves Out, July Fry Moves Back In!

Hot high pressure will be back for the holiday

Hot and mostly dry for the 4th of July weekend!

Fourth of July Weekend:

After a soggy day on Friday for some, high pressure is set to take over quickly this weekend. Aside from some isolated storm chance Saturday afternoon, we’ll be dry and hot for the rest of the holiday weekend. Highs will push back into the mid 90s so make sure to hydrate if you’re heading out for fireworks!

Hot and mostly dry for the 4th of July weekend!

Fireworks Forecast:

Still warm and muggy for fireworks on Monday evening.

Tracking The Topics:

Once our tropical low (which never became more than that but still dropped a ton of rain in spots!) moves out, things appear to stay fairly quiet over the holiday weekend. Two areas being watched by the National Hurricane Center, however, both areas only have a 10% chance of development over the next 5 days. Make sure you’re prepared for our hurricane season by getting our Hurricane Tracker App.

Fairly quiet across much of the Caribbean and Atlantic this weekend

10-day Forecast:

Now that the low moves out of SE Texas, temperatures heat up this 4th of July weekend. The “July Fry” is back as high pressure takes over and moves temps back to near 100 by next weekend!

July Fry is back for most of next week!

About the Authors:

Meteorologist, craft beer guru, dad to Maya and Ella and a sock and cheese addict.