Fourth of July in Virginia: Isolated Storms and Heat Wave Ahead

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Isolated thunderstorms are expected to disrupt Fourth of July celebrations across Virginia this week. As the state prepares for Independence Day festivities, residents are advised to stay informed about the changing weather conditions.

According to the US National Weather Service in Wakefield, Virginia, the week will begin with cooler, less humid weather and lingering showers on Monday. Highs will reach the upper 70s to low 80s along the coast and low 80s inland. However, the weather pattern will shift midweek.

By Tuesday, conditions will be cooler and less humid, with temperatures ranging from 78 to 85 degrees. Wednesday will see seasonably warm and dry weather, with highs between 85 and 90 degrees.

As Thursday approaches, the heat index will rise significantly, reaching 100 to 105 degrees. Isolated thunderstorms are expected later in the day, potentially impacting outdoor events. The hot and humid weather will persist into Friday, with a heat index of 103 to 108 degrees. Scattered PM showers and strong thunderstorms are likely, continuing into Saturday.

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