MIAMI (CBS4) – It’s another sizzling summery day across South Florida with highs in the lower 90s.

While our average high temperature at this time of year is 90 degrees, when you factor in the humidity it will feel like it is in the lower 100s, according to CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez.

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High pressure on Tuesday should help to keep the rain chance low, but as the sea breeze pushes in there could be a few inland storms in the afternoon.

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A weak tropical wave in the Caribbean will be to our South on Wednesday for the 4th of July and that could help to spark a few storms and spotty showers. However, don’t expect a wash out. Gonzalez said with the extra moisture close by, it will bring us about a 30 % chance of rain through Thursday morning.

Our highs will remain in the 90s through the weekend when we could see some scattered storms Saturday and Sunday due to another wave.

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We are not alone in dealing with the soaring temperatures. Much of the eastern half of the U.S. is dealing with a serious heat wave with highs climbing to the mid to upper 90s, some areas may even hit the triple-digits. To make matters worse, hundreds and thousands of people from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic are still without power due to the severe storms that moved through this past weekend and now they have to deal with the blazing heat as the clean up continues.

Lissette Gonzalez