Weather alert: Storms expected next few days, but nicer for the July 4


It’s a new month but the same old weather: hot and stormy.

Tuesday’s forecast calls for scattered storms and possible downpours, lightning and wind gusts.

Rain chance is 50 percent, according to the National Weather Service. Highs will be in the mid- to upper-80s; lows in the high-70s.

The forecast for Wednesday is similar: a 50 percent chance of rain and scattred storms.

For Thursday, the Fourth of July, the chance of rain dips to 30 percent during the day and 20 percent at night. That’s good news if you’re heading to see fireworks.

Click here for an up-to-the-minute forecast.

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