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First Alert Forecast: uncommonly low humidity ...for now

Your Wednesday afternoon is looking pleasant with sunshine, 80s, and light breezes. Enjoy! (Source: WECT) Your Wednesday afternoon is looking pleasant with sunshine, 80s, and light breezes. Enjoy! (Source: WECT)
Your Wednesday night is also looking pleasant with clear skies, 60s, and calm winds. Enjoy! (Source: WECT) Your Wednesday night is also looking pleasant with clear skies, 60s, and calm winds. Enjoy! (Source: WECT)
Your First Alert 7-Day Planning Forecast features a return to classically hot, humid summer weather... (Source: WECT) Your First Alert 7-Day Planning Forecast features a return to classically hot, humid summer weather... (Source: WECT)
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AHHHHHHH... Enjoy a rare-for-June break in humidity and rain chances Wednesday and Thursday. The "Bermuda High" ought to bring a return of those classic summertime weather factors Friday, the weekend, and into Independence Day.

MIDWEEK FORECAST DETAILS: Expect sunny or mostly sunny daytime skies (think: sunscreen!) and mostly clear nighttime skies with temperatures reaching the 80s and 60s, respectively. Breezes will be light and northerly or easterly.

FORECAST HIGHLIGHTS FROM FRIDAY THROUGH THE 4TH: Daily highs will swell to near 90. Nightly lows: sultry 70s. Pop-up storm chances will operate in the 30-40% range Friday through Monday... and the 20-30% range for the 4th.

TROPICS: New tropical storm development is not anticipated in the Atlantic Basin – including the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Atlantic Ocean itself – Wednesday or Thursday. The next name on the 2017 list is "Don".

STAY PREPARED THIS HURRICANE SEASON: Your First Alert Weather Team is offering digital resources for you and your family to stay alert and prepared. Please refer to our comprehensive Hurricane Survival Guide on your WECT Mobile Weather App or, online, by clicking HERE.

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