There is another area of interest in the Atlantic we will be monitoring very carefully through the Holiday week. It is churning a few hundred miles southwest of Bermuda.
Right now- The National Hurricane Center is forecasting a low end chance of further development over the next 5 days. It is expected to drift northward by late week and interact with a frontal boundary hence the reason it is not anticipated to continue strengthening. Regardless of further formation, this area of disturbed weather will continue to keep onshore flow prominent for the east coast of Florida all the way up the Georgia and Carolina coast through Wednesday and Thursday.
The rain will come in waves so do not expect a washout for the 4th of July but an indoor contingency plan should be made in the event you need to moves things inside for a brief period of time.
Meteorologist Merry Matthews