Wordle 376: Tips for Today’s Word Puzzle (6/30/22)

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Wordle 376 is a common and familiar word.

Wordle is a daily word game owned by The New York Times. Players get six tries to figure out the five-letter word of the day. We have some tips to help you solve today’s puzzle.

wordle can be addictive. Chances are you’ve seen countless combinations of yellow and green squares popping up on social media when people share their results.

If a user-guessed word has a letter that is in the word of the day, but not in the correct order, the mailbox turns yellow. If any letters are incorrect and not included in the last word, the box turns gray. But, if one of the guessed letters is in the word and is in the correct position, the box turns green.

So anyway, let’s get to some tips for today, if you need them.

  • This word has a vowel and it is in the middle.
  • The word is a name.
  • You can have it in your dining room or garden.
  • Three of the five letters are among the 12 most common in the English language.

SPOILER ALERT

Stop scrolling if you don’t want to know the answer for Thursday, June 30, 2022.

Did you use your six guesses? If not, keep trying.

Can you believe that today is the last day of June? As they say, time flies.

The weather today is set to warm up as we head into the holiday weekend. According to National Weather Service, today will be sunny with a high temperature of 86 degrees. Things really start to heat up on Friday as temperatures rise to 94 degrees. On Saturday and Sunday, temperatures drop back into the 80s with the risk of thunderstorms and showers. On Monday July 4, the weather will be fine followed by a possibility of showers with a high temperature of 87 degrees.

Speaking of Independence Day, if you love fireworks, we have a list of where you can see them. There are also a variety of other events including concerts to keep you entertained while celebrating the 4th of July.

The good news if you are traveling by car is that gas prices are falling. Unfortunately, they don’t fall fast enough. It will still be the most expensive 4th of July at the pump – ever.

Stop scrolling if you don’t want to know the answer. Here is your break-even point. I’m not kidding – the answer is after this photo.

Food trucks and fireworks at Riverfront Park in Harrisburg on July 4 of last year. (Sean Simmers | [email protected])

Today’s word is: HUTCH.

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