July fry moves back in for the holiday weekend

Hot high pressure will be back starting Sunday

Dry and hot for the day, clear and muggy for fireworks

Fourth of July Weekend:

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! Rain chances will dip back down below 10% for the remainder of the weekend.

Sizzling again for our Sunday forecast

Fireworks Forecast:

Dry and hot for the day, clear and muggy for fireworks

Tracking The Topics:

Colin formed early this morning off the coast of South Carolina as a Tropical Storm with wind of 40mph and gusts of 50 mph. The National Hurricane Center, gives a 10% chance of development over the next 5 days for an area of storms in the eastern Carribbean. Tropical Storm Bonnie is now emerging in the Eastern Pacific moving west at 14mph and is forecast to become a CAT 1 Hurricane by mid week south of Mexico. Make sure you’re prepared for our hurricane season by getting our Hurricane Tracker App.

Colin will bring heavy rain, surf across the Carolina coastline
Ten percent chance of storm development for the area of storms in the eastern Caribbean Sea. (Copyright 2021 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.)
Bonnie will bring heavy rain across Nicaragua before heading out to sea

10-day Forecast:

Temperatures heat up for the rest of 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! Be careful in this heat!

Heat, heat and more heat!

About the Authors:

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