Hazy and humid weather will persist this Independence Day weekend with occasional showers and storms.

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Some of the storms on Saturday may be strong or even isolated severe, based on the analysis of the Storm Prediction Center.

Damaging wind with locally heavy rainfall in some isolated locations will be possible Saturday.

From the Storm Prediction Center: Level 1, Marginal risk for isolated severe storms on Saturday with damaging wind and locally heavy rainfall possible across the Commonwealth
Tracking the Humidity on Saturday. Green areas show high humidity, high dew points
Tracking the Humidity on Sunday. Green areas show high humidity, high dew points

The chance of rain on both Saturday and Sunday is running around 60%.

Less rain, however, a 20% chance, is expected on the 4th of July, which is great news for those hoping to watch some local fireworks.

Lake Forecast for the Independence Day Weekend

While still humid, the air on Sunday should be a few degrees cooler in the mid-80s.

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