Weather Forecast: Breezy, Partly Sunny 4th of July for South Florida

Rip current risk will be high the next few days

By Ryan Phillips
|  Thursday, Jul 4, 2013  |  Updated 12:12 PM EDT
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South Florida gets a break from storms for the holiday, but they will return Friday.

South Florida gets a break from storms for the holiday, but they will return Friday.

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A breezy, sunnier pattern will rule the holiday afternoon as drier air spreads across South Florida.

Skies will be partly sunny with a high of 88 on Thursday.

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The rip current risk will be high the next few days as east winds run at 10-20 mph each afternoon. They may gust at times to 25 mph.

Weather conditions for fireworks Thursday night look to be dry with temps in the lower 80s.

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While the shower chances take a break Thursday, scattered storms will linger in the forecast through Saturday.

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