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Will the Sun Shine on Independence Day?

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Summer officially begins this week and, hard as it may be to believe, the Fourth of July is right around the corner.

Don’t make any plans for Independence Day without checking our weather prediction for your region!

Zone 1 – Northeast
Natural fireworks for the Fourth: heavy thunderstorms.

Zone 2 – Midwest and Great Lakes
Nature displays its pyrotechnics for the Fourth: heavy thunderstorms, especially for Great Lakes.

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Zone 3 – Southeast
Heavy thunderstorms from Gulf north, east into the Carolinas.

Zone 4 – North Central
Mostly fair for Independence Day.

Zone 5 – South Central
Mostly fair, dry Independence Day.

Zone 6 – Northwest
Mostly fair.

Zone 7 – Southwest
Mostly fair for the Fourth.

Don’t forget to check our long-range forecast to see up to four months of detailed predictions for your region.

Canadians, don’t miss our Canada Day forecast!

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1 Ttm { 07.12.12 at 4:06 pm }

How do I get speciific weather reports from Jamesport MO?

2 Joey { 06.26.12 at 5:29 pm }

We almost always get a rain on the 4th. Hope it turns out that way this year as well. It never cancels the bbq or fizzles the nite works. It just gives a little cooling off. Which right now we could use!

3 Jaime McLeod { 06.21.12 at 10:59 am }

Kelly B – these are our exact predictions for the day. We predict for large zones more than two years in advance and do not change our predictions.We can not offer more localized predictions than this. Delaware falls into our Zone 1.

4 kelly b. { 06.20.12 at 11:09 pm }


5 Jaime McLeod { 06.21.12 at 11:05 am }

Mojohnsom – these are the specific predictions for the day for each zone. There is no more information than this.

6 Mojohnsom { 06.20.12 at 9:24 am }

Don’t know how you do it but keep up the good work.!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Is there a way to click on a Zone to get details ????????

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