A push of cooler and less humid air is settling over Harrisburg, southern Pennsylvania and northern Maryland for the balance of this week.
Several days of bright sunshine are in store.
The push of Canadian air will end the daily risk of showers and thunderstorms experienced during the holiday weekend.
Many people will be able to turn off the fans and air conditioners with temperatures in urban areas dropping well down into the 50s at night.
Many rural will have night time temperatures dipping into the 40s.
Each day Wednesday through Friday will bring bright sunshine and a cool breeze with highs generally in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.
Beginning Wednesday, the only potential, weather-related travel problem would be patchy early-morning fog for long-distance commuters over the river valleys. Some major highways that could be impacted by isolated fog patches include the Turnpike, I-78, I-81, I-83, and Route 322.
For those hitting beaches this week, the afternoons will still be warm enough to swim, but bring a sweatshirt or jacket for the evenings and mornings.
While downpours could come calling at the start and finish of the July Fourth weekend in the northeastern United States, the vast majority of the time will be dry.
Rain and thunderstorms will threaten parades, barbecues and fireworks displays across portions of the central and eastern United States and the Intermountain West on Independence Day.
Research shows that cooking meat on the grill can put you at a higher risk for cancers, including colorectal, breast, stomach and pancreatic cancers.
Millions of Americans will be disappointed as the recent dry weather and high risk for wildfires across the western United States has put firework bans into effect.
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The recent unsettled weather across the United Kingdom will continue this weekend impacting several outdoor events.
Tropical Rains caused flooding. The cloud bursts were generated by the combination of Tropical Cyclone 04B, which made landfall in the eastern state of Orissa the morning of the 29th. In Raipur, 16 inches poured down from evening of the 28th to the morning of the 30th. In Bombay, 10 inches of rain fell in just 9 hours on the 30th; total rainfall from the 28th to the 30th was just over 20 inches.
Flooding rainfall continued. Near Olpe, 4.78 fell in 24 hours, causing major flooding. Dexter was completely cut off by flooding, with roadways in and out of town unpassable. Near Williamsburg, 17.25 inches of rain fell over the past 3 days. As of the 30th, Welda's total rainfall for June was about 20 inches.
The second destructive hurricane in nine days hit the Apalachicola-Tallahassee are; several people were killed, but the area sustained only light damage.