How about the Fourth? Still 6 days out, and timing this front that'll bring the storms in along it, and the low humidity behind it, is a bit of a challenge. Right now, we'll leave the chance for scattered showers and storms to linger into the day part of the Fourth, with perhaps clear for the evening and the rest of the weekend. Hopefully, we can speed up the timing, but we'll iron out those details ahead. At this point, we'll also keep an eye on the spinning low off the Southeast Coastline. It may become the first Tropical Storm of the season several days down the line. It'll likely stay south and east of us in the long range, but how it interacts with the front toward the end of the week may also dictate how much moisture gets pulled up the coast, and if the opportunity for those scattered showers and storms linger into the end of the week.
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