With the fireworks rescheduled due to tropical storm Arthur local residents say they're switching up their plans. We asked residents how they plan to spend their Fourth of July tomorrow.
"Hopefully it will be breezy," said Norwalk resident Mellodye Green-Ragin. "It's been so humid and hot, I'm not sure. I'll be somewhere cool, that's for sure."
"I'll probably just be at home and have a normal day off," said Darren Mallett, Watertown resident.
"The fireworks cancelled so we're actually planning to watch a movie in the movie theatre," said Norwalk resident Jenny Gold.
"Spending time with the family like I was planning at their houses, I guess, if it's going to rain, if not, I'll just go to the beach," said Norwalk Resident Joel Turicos.
"For the Fourth of July, I'm just going to sit in front of my computer and relax, and remember those who have labored for the cause of America," said Norwalk resident Curtis Langley.
"They cancelled everything," said Norwalk resident Luceli Rivera. "So I'm going to do a cookout with my family, my husband and my kids."
"Since it's going to be so cruddy out we might just end up seeing a movie and hanging out at the house," said Norwalk resident Troy Demar.
"Check out the local restaurants," said Norwalk resident Rich Gold. "It's kind of nice, it's actually the first weekend in a while where we don't have any major plans, so we'll be hanging out locally."