First Alert Forecast: Storms diminish overnight. A few more showers possible for the 4th

The heavy showers and storms will fade overnight but expect some foggy skies
First Alert Forecast for Sunday, July 3rd
Published: Jul. 2, 2022 at 6:09 AM EDT|Updated: Jul. 3, 2022 at 10:40 PM EDT
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A cold front dropping southward across North Carolina brought heavy thunderstorms across the area in late Sunday evening. The very hot and humid weather we experienced during the day Sunday ahead of the front (it was 95 in Greenville!) has provided the instability to enhance the rainfall amounts from some of the larger storms. Behind the front there will be lingering cloudiness and a few showers overnight into early Monday as well as some areas of fog.. There are also some hints that a few showers could pop up again Monday afternoon, especially over the southern half of ENC along the stalled boundary over the region.

Overall the 4th of July will be seasonably warm and it looks like fireworks weather may turn out okay. Winds will be from the east which is unusual for a 4th of July fireworks evening. So, plan to watch the fireworks from a different location than usual or else smoke may hinder your view.

Easterly winds may also blow smoke from the Hyde County fire westward toward Washington and Greenville for the 4th.


Showers and storms over eastern areas will diminish overnight, but there will be some fog into the morning. Lows will be in the low 70s.


Partly sunny for the holiday with slight shower chances, High of 89. Rain chance mainly central and southern counties: 30%


Partly sunny with isolated evening storms. High near 91. Wind: SW 10. Rain chance: 30%


Partly cloudy with PM storms. High of 92. Rain chance: 60%


Partly sunny with a few storms. High of 89. Rain chance 50%

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