Fourth of July is tomorrow which for millions of Americans means BBQ’s, Pool Parties, and Fireworks. But for those along the east coast it is tough to beat the heat this week.
Today, temperatures in the eastern third of the country lingered above the 90’s making it hot and sticky for more than a million people still without power due to the weekend storms. Some cities have canceled the annual Fourth of July fireworks because police and fire personnel are needed to help with the cleanup from the storms.
To get to the root of the issue we asked Weather Channel Meteorologist Heather Tesch if we are going to see any heat let up in the near future: