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No fry July

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Rain out, gorgeous in

We had over 2-inches of rain on Tuesday after reaching the lower 90's during the afternoon. A cold front has moved southward this morning, bringing drier and cooler air. A reinforcing shot of cooler air with low humidity will drop high temps on Thursday into the upper 70s. The weather behind 2-cold fronts will usher in a display of spectacular 4th of July weather rife with lower heat and humidity. High temps on the 4th only in the lower 80s. Byron has the forecast.

Fireworks safety

The celebration will on in a couple of days with fireworks displays taking place along riverfront's and in the family driveway.  It's safety first on Sunrise this morning as Deanna Allbrittin gets some tips from an expert to help make your Independence Day a truly happy one.

LST staying put

L-S-T 325 will be docked in Evansville for at least the next five years. L-S-T Board members voted unanimously Tuesday to keep the floating museum moored on the Ohio Riverfront, despite efforts by officials in Peoria, Illinois to bring it there.

Playground ribbon cutting

The Owensboro Parks and Recreation Department has installed new playground equipment at Old Germantown Park, and there's ribbon cutting ceremony this afternoon. Emily Busby is live with the details.


The United States has been eliminated by Belgium 2-1 in overtime in the second round of the World Cup, puncturing the soccer bubble that Americans had enjoyed for a couple of weeks. 

So, enjoy this amazing weather the next few days, and we'll see you on Sunrise.


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