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Hot Temperatures, Increasing Rain Chances Greet South Florida for July 4th Weekend

The 4th of July looks to add a few more storms into the mix, mainly the late afternoon and evening variety with rain chances around 30-40%.

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Your 4th of July weekend is here and the heat will remain the big story with rain chances creeping up as well across South Florida.

The 90s return Friday with highs peaking into the mid-90s, but feels like temperatures once again holding steady between 100 to 105. Rain coverage is low but don't be surprised by afternoon thunderstorms popping up into the interior and drifting towards the east coast metro through sunset. 

Fourth of July forecast looks like more of the same with a slight increase in rain chances -- 30%. Highs will again remain in to the low to mid 90s. Don't forget your sunscreen!

Rain chances become scattered for the back end of the holiday weekend with 50% of us seeing showers and thunderstorms. 

By next week, we return to a more normal rainy season pattern with scattered showers each day and highs near 90.

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