Weather Authority: Scattered showers will clear by Independence Day

Fourth of July Weekend in the Delaware Valley won't be a washout, but there will be some scattered showers that will linger around the region leading up to Independence Day. 

Temperatures cool down Saturday but it won't stay that way for long. By Sunday a warm-up begins that will continue throughout the week. 

Saturday will see a similar weather day as previous ones with a 50% chance of spotty rain and temperatures dropping into the lower 70s. 

Rain will clear offshore ahead of Independence Day on Sunday as temperatures rebound into the low 80s. FOX 29's Kathy Orr estimates a 10% chance of an isolated thunderstorm during the heat of the day. 


SATURDAY: Partly sunny, chance of rain. High: 74, Low: 63

SUNDAY: Sun, clouds. High: 81, Low: 61

MONDAY: Heating up. High: 86, Low: 64

TUESDAY: Hot again. High: 94, Low: 72

WEDNESDAY: Chance of pm rain. High: 92, Low: 74

THURSDAY: Chance of showers. High: 80, Low: 72



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