First Alert Weather: Shower threat for Wednesday afternoon, then heat later this week

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Sunshine on Wednesday will give way to some clouds in the afternoon with a spot shower or two. However, most of Wednesday will be rain free.

Warmer weather will arrive on Thursday with temperatures in the 80s and near 90 on Friday. Most of Friday will be rain free but scattered showers and thunderstorms could develop late in the day into the night.

That shower and thunder threat will linger into the start of the Fourth of July weekend. Saturday will start with showers but should end with sunshine and nice weather into Saturday night.

Sunday looks fantastic for outdoor plans and fireworks at night. The 4th of July will feature more humid weather and a slight thunder threat but may very well be dry all day. Stay tuned to News10NBC for updates on the weekend forecast and the timing of showers and thunder.


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