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Some changes on this 4th of July...versus the 2nd and 3rd of July.

The clouds have returned.

A system skirting Southern New England will have enough moisture on the northern fringe to bring a few showers to Southern Maine and Southern New Hampshire late today and this evening.

It's not expected to be enough to really interfere with area fireworks displays.

Otherwise, today will feature filtered sun and considerable high clouds at times.

We actually see partial clearing tonight and Sunday morning.

After that, a small boundary/front passes through New England Sunday afternoon.

There should be enough leftover moisture for a few showers/thundershowers tomorrow afternoon.

Just keep in mind...most of the weekend will NOT feature rain.

Monday looks outstanding.

On Tuesday, the humidity rises for muggier conditions.

On Wednesday, we'll see some scattered thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon.

Have a great Independence Day! Be safe.

- Meteorologist Tom Johnston

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