Hurricane Arthur will make a mess of things early in the day for a lot of people, but don't fret because the rain will move out and you can move on with your Fourth of July activities.
Here's a quick look at when the NBC10 First Alert Weather team expects skies to clear in different parts of the viewing area:
Noon: The Poconos
People here will be the first to see skies clear. Light rain continues this morning, but should be done by midday.
1 p.m.: North and West Suburbs
2 p.m.: Philly and neighborhoods that hug I-95 in and around the city.
Some neighborhoods are not seeing much rain at all in the early morning, but many will. The heaviest rain occurs between 10 and 11 a.m. and there could be pockets of possible downpours. You should not see more than 1/4" of rain, overall.
2 p.m.: Jersey Shore & Delaware Beaches
Beachgoers today will experience the worst of Hurricane Arthur's impact. Most of the shore areas will see clearing by 2 p.m., although some scattered showers may linger until 4 p.m.
Even after the rain clears, it will still be windy, with gusts upward of 30 to 35 miles an hour.
High surf warnings persist through late afternoon on Saturday. Swimmers beware.