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Sunday, July 4, 2010

Will the weather cooperate for Palm Coast's July 4th Fireworks?

Flagler Beach pulled it off and had their fireworks on July 3rd despite showers and wind, along with a complete day of activities which included the morning Flagler Beach Parade, Watermelon Eating Contest, Hotdog Eating Competition, Live Reggae Music, and National Anthem performed by Heidi Joy, followed by the 9:30 PM fireworks...  Attendance may have not been as high as expected, but residents and visitors supported their beloved Flagler Beach.

Due to budget concerns and because July 4th fell on a Sunday, Flagler Beach passed on the opportunity of hosting the fireworks on July 4th, and Palm Coast jumped right in.

Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Flagler County (of Palm Coast), and with WNZF, Palm Coast Observer, and Flagler Ford dealership chipping in with major sponsorships, it is Palm Coast's turn to have their own fireworks on this July 4th but the weather is a concern.

Palm Coast's July 4th event will include a tailgate party with music sponsored by WNZF and Beach 92.7 FM radio stations, then National Anthem sang by Heidi Joy, a celebrated, talented singer who recently moved to Palm Coast from Omaha, Nebraska.

But the weather is on everybody's mind this July 4th.  Are the storms coming?  Will it be a "dry" tailgate party?

Is there such a thing as a "dry tailgate party" anyways? :)

Here's the weather outlook as of 5 PM onward on July 4, 2010:

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