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It may rain a moderate amount or not much at all.

D.C. could experience a period of heavy rain and wind in a worst-case scenario.

Delightfully cooler weather and lower humidity is a possibility for the holiday weekend.

The mercury rose at a snail's pace, only reaching a high of 74 degrees.

It was raining; it was humid; it was foggy. But it was still our nation's Independence Day, and thus we celebrated.

The weather seemed more like April than July.

  • Kevin Ambrose
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  • Jul 5
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The Independence Day forecast has taken an ominous turn.

Whether July 4 is stormy or serene in the D.C. region is still up for debate.

Chance of rain on July 4 has increased some, but not a sure thing.

If Phil is correct, the winter of 2015-2016 will be remembered for both its mildness and brevity.

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