After a rainy weekend, it looks like the storms will clear just in time for your Fourth of July celebration.
After heavy thunderstorms Sunday, the storm threat remains low for Monday afternoon and night with a 20 percent chance of rain during the day and 10 percent chance of rain at night, according to the National Weather Service forecast.
Independence Day is expected to be mostly sunny, with highs around 92 degrees and lows around 83 degrees, according to the forecast. And the mostly clear skies should continue into the night, although areas of smoke from all those fireworks are expected after 11 p.m.
The week will continue to heat up after the Fourth of July with the highest heat index temperatures each afternoon through the middle of next week expected to remain as high as 105 degrees. The storms are expected to return next weekend, with a 20 percent chance of showers predicted for Friday and Saturday.
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