Except for "very, very scattered" thunderstorms possibly on Sunday, the forecast for the Fourth of July Weekend looks good, says meteorologist Greg Heavener of the National Weather Service.
Highs will hover around the 90 mark through Monday, with overnight lows around 70.
Although humidity will be up a bit, "it's not going to be completely oppressive," Heavener said.
At the Shore, highs should be about 10 degrees cooler than in the city, he said.
No rain is mentioned for Monday, when Philadelphia hosts its Parkway extravanganzas, the noon-to-7 p.m. festival/party followed by the Fourth of July Jam, headlined by the Roots, and the Grand Finale Fireworks.