First Alert July 4th Evening Outlook

July 4, 2020 at 10:31 PM

Brian Alworth

First Alert Meteorologist, KFVS

Brian Alworth

Still looking like a warm, tranquil July 4th evening for the Heartland with only minimal rain chances. Air temps should be falling to about 80 by about 9 pm, with daybreak lows Sunday morning near 70. Sunday also looks pretty tranquil, but with a few late-day thunderstorms sneaking into the forecast especially for the Bootheel of Missouri and NW Tennessee….where a bit more moisture will be coming up from the south. Highs Sunday afternoon look to be a degree or two warmer.

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