Another holiday is on the way and it is going to be a very hot and humid Independence Day. The 4th of July will coincide with the second heat wave of the summer.
Temperatures are expected to be in the 90s but with the humidity, it will feel like the triple digits right through the middle of next week. Many of you have big plans, so make sure you plan according to the heat. Stay hydrated and seek shade and air conditioned places as much as possible.
Have a safe and happy holiday as you celebrate the birth of American Independence!
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