This weekend's summer sizzler took the backseat Saturday afternoon to some wild weather, at least some for in the tri-state.
Reports of golf-ball sized hail and street flooding followed a messy couple hours for residents in Monmouth County. Meanwhile, those in the city barely saw any fluctuation in a second day of serious heat.
July kicked off with hot temperatures and plenty of humidity, with promises of a double feature into Saturday before severe weather threats too aim north and south of New York City.
Much of the region was under a severe thunderstorm watch through 9 p.m. Check the latest severe weather alerts for your neighborhood here.
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Some showers could linger into early Sunday, but conditions should vastly improve over the course of the day. Expect highs in the mid-80s Sunday and partly cloudy skies once the rain remnants move out. Want even better news?
Fourth of July weather looks marvelous at this point, with Storm Team 4 predicting highs around 85 degrees in the city and mostly sunny skies ahead of the fireworks. Check out some of the best viewing spots for Macy's iconic show here.
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