It's summer 2015, so there's some rain in the forecast today. We're not talking stuff that ruins all celebration though.
The latest models are now favoring dry conditions, although we still can't totally rule out a shower.
We talked with the guy in charge of tonight's Fourth of July fireworks show.
Probably mainly a nuisance rain, if it does rain. Clouds keep things "cool."
More rain is ahead, but with some luck it won't damage holiday plans too heavily. Clouds and rain chances are keeping things "cool" at least.
Rain of significance wants to stay away, but some could certainly fall.
The Friday holiday is cool, like today, with occasional waves of scattered showers.
Anchorage set a new record for least snow in a season, 50 inches below average.
Guam could get hit by the equivalent of a category 2 hurricane, before the storm dramatically intensifies.
Dozens of wildfires are burning in Canada, covering an area of approximately 400,000 square miles. The smoke plume has now reached the East Coast.