Still working out your 4th of July travel plans? You can do all the planning and packing and glowstick-buying in the world, but no “to-do” list can prevent cloudy skies and rain during your Independence Day celebration.

Never fear, we’ve got you covered. Travel Channel has teamed up with the long-term forecasting experts at weathertrends360 to bring you the best (and worst) places around the country to watch the fireworks. Topping our list for the very best cities are Denver, Phoenix, Addison, TX, San Francisco and Seattle. Check out which cities have the highest risk for bad weather … you may want to reconsider your plans.

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5 Responses

  1. Umbria Villa says:

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  2. It's great to travel in the festival season. Thanks for the articles, I enjoyed.

  3. I would definetely choose San Francisco for a romantic travel with my girl.

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  5. says:

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