Hot & Dry Holiday End

Hot high pressure will be back starting Sunday

Mostly clear and still very warm for fireworks on Monday

Fourth of July:

Temperatures have already jumped back into the upper 90s and even a few spots close to 100 as we wrap into the end of the holiday weekend. Don’t expect to see much change for Independence Day as afternoon temps will again reach the upper 90s.

We'll see continued hot temps for the 4th of July! (Copyright 2021 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.)

Fireworks Forecast:

We’re not expecting any rain chances for many areas that are still doing firework displays, however, it will still be very warm in the mid 80s and dry so use caution if you’re setting off fireworks tonight or tomorrow.

Mostly clear and still very warm for fireworks on Monday

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!

The heat is ON for most of this next week!

Tracking The Topics:

What was Tropical Storm Colin has now dissipated off the Carolina coasts and is moving out into the Atlantic. The National Hurricane Center backed off of any development over the next 5 days in the Caribbean. Tropical Storm Bonnie is now strengthening in the Eastern Pacific moving west and is forecast to become a hurricane sometime Monday south of Mexico. Make sure you’re prepared for our hurricane season by getting our Hurricane Tracker App.

Aside from Tropical Storm Bonnie, there is no notable activity

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