Fireworks forecast for Fourth of July looks good

Isolated storms in afternoon make way for clearer sky

It's going to be a hot Independence Day with feels like temps at 105.

ORLANDO, Fla. – It will be hot as a firecracker for the Fourth of July with highs soaring into the mid-90s inland, lower 90s for the coast. 

For a few hours Thursday, the feels like temperatures across Central Florida will max out between 100 and 105 degrees.

Rain chances Thursday will hover at 30% along the immediate coastline, and a 40% west of I-95. Some storms could produce gusty winds and lightning, but most of the activity should taper off by fireworks time.

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The forecast for the Fireworks at the Fountain is looking pretty good! Highs will be around 96 with an isolated storm between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. 

Hope everyone has a happy and safe holiday.

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