Slow-moving storms with heavy rainfall could cause flooding

Heat wave will follow dry Fourth of July holiday weekend.

Slow-moving showers and thunderstorms tonight heading into Thursday may cause flooding issues.

A flood advisory is in effect until 12:30 a.m. Thursday for Butler County, issued by the National Weather Service in Wilmington.

Overnight lows will fall to around 70 degrees.

Showers and thunderstorms continue Thursday mainly between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. The high temperature will reach 80 degrees.

Rain chances will fall throughout the afternoon, before tapering off shortly after dark. Skies on Thursday night will be partly cloudy with an overnight low around 61 degrees.

Highs will be around 79 degrees, falling to around 63 degrees overnight.

Friday will be mostly sunny, though there will still be a slight chance of showers and possibly a thunderstorm in the afternoon. Clouds will decrease more overnight.

Temperatures will rise to around 78 degrees during the day, falling to around 58 degrees overnight.

Conditions will be dry for the end of the workweek and through the Fourth of July holiday weekend. Also, skies will be clear for weekend fireworks displays.

It will be mostly sunny for Friday with a high near 77 degrees. Skies stay mostly clear Friday night with an overnight low around 57 degrees.

Saturday will be sunny with a high near 80 degrees. Overnight will be mostly clear with a low around 60 degrees.

Independence Day will be mostly sunny with a high near 87 degrees.

The night skies will be perfect for Independence Day fireworks shows, with mostly clear skies. Overnight temperatures fall to around 67 degrees.

Monday will be sunny and hot with a high near 91 degrees,. It will be mostly clear with a low around 69 degrees.

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