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Fourth of July weekend forecast

Get ready for some outdoor fun in the sun with this weekend's forecast.

MICHIGAN, USA — As we head into Friday night we will see cloud coverage break apart and more comfortable air settle in. The overnight low will be near 59° with NW winds at 5-10 mph, perfect for all bonfires and fireworks displays. 

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The weekend is looking great! Saturday will be mostly sunny and comfortable. Humidity levels will be low with a high of 83°. The overnight hours will remain partly cloudy dropping down into the upper 50s to low 60s. 

Sunday will be very similar with variable cloud coverage and highs in the mid-80s. A few stray showers may be possible however. 

Overnight Sunday into Monday expect a low of 60° and mostly clear skies. 

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While a majority of the weekend will be completely dry, any stray showers shouldn't cause much of a problem. They would be short-lived and nothing worthy of canceling any plans.

That takes us to Independence Day itself. While there is still some flexibility in this forecast, I do believe much of the day will be spent dry and partly cloudy. As we head into the evening and overnight we will nee to look out for a few showers and thunderstorms however, though not everyone will see the rainfall. 

Otherwise, it will be very warm in the upper 80s with rising humidity levels. 

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Ever wonder about Independence Day weather history? Well, here are some fun facts for around the bonfire. 

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