Arlington Heights 4th of July Parade Steps Off at 10:00 AM: Dunton Ave South from Oakton St to Miner St, East to Douglas Ave

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The 2019 Fourth of July parade in Arlington Heights steps off at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday July 4th.

What is the parade route for the Arlington Heights Independence Day Parade?
The parade steps off at 10:00 a.m. Dunton and Oakton Avenue, heads south on Dunton Avenue, turns east on Miner Street and ends at Recreation Park (500 East Miner Street).

Weather forecast for the 4th of July Parade 2019
10:00 am Partly Cloudy, Wind S 6 mph, 81°F
11:00 am Partly Cloudy, Wind S 7 mph, 83°F
12:00 pm Partly Cloudy, Wind S 8 mph, 85°F
1:00 pm Partly Cloudy, Wind S 8 mph, 87°F

The Arlington Heights Fourth of July Parade is a long parade (it steps off at 10:00 a.m.), and in 2019 will be slightly hotter than normal. The forecast heat index during parade time will climb from 85°F at 10:00 am. to 93°F by 1:00 p.m.

Thunderstorms in forecast are most likely to develop between 1:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. Cloud cover is forecast to be under 50%, dropping to as low as 25% at 10:00 a.m. — parade start time.

Weather radar is mostly clear in northeast Illinois. There are signs of instability along a line from DeKalb County to Bureau County. The atmosphere is generally unstable enough that small thunderstorm cells could pop up anywhere in northeast Illinois — even early morning. The Cardinal News weather guess is that storms will hold off until after 1:00 p.m. or even later.

The best web page for Arlington Heights weather is Arlingtoncardinal.com/weather

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Jesse White tumblers — a common, but extraordinary, unit in the Arlington Hts. 4th of July parade.

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Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White keeps a close eye on tumblers.

Where is the review stand for the Fourth of July parade in Arlington Heights?
The review stand for the Arlington Heights is on Dunton Avenue, just South of Euclid Avenue in front of the Arlington Heights Memorial Library.

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Wheeling High School Marching Band at the Independence Day Parade in Arlington Heights.




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Red = Parade Route
Blue = Parade Staging