GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (Storm Team 8/WOOD) — The Fourth of July is typically the hottest holiday of the year and this year will certainly live up to that.
We'll see highs in the low 90s, and it will feel hotter than that because of the rather high humidity. Heat index readings will rise to 95 degrees to 100 degrees during the afternoon.
Forecast for the Fourth of July
We have already seen nine 90-degree days so far this year. Wednesday will likely bring our count up to 10.
Our dew points will be steamy, climbing back into the low 70s, so during the afternoon, the "Muggy Meter" climbs into the Oppressive category.
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