Heat kicks in this week

Potential record heat and tropical trouble in March

By Mark Collins - Meteorologist
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -

Enjoy the break in the heat at night because the fresh spring feel will be shelved this week by sizzling temperatures in the upper 80s.

 

Tonight lows will dip into the mid 55-60 degree range inland and 60-65 range along the coast. Skies will remain mostly clear.  The SE flow we had during the day will turn calm towards morning and a few inland areas may see patchy fog.

Monday will again top out in the low 80s like Sunday and rain stays suppressed. Any showers that develop will be locked close to I-75. as the sea breeze pushes inland during the
afternoon.

Rain chances remain weak this week even as a front nears Friday.

Before it reaches here heat really kicks in with temps near 90 Wednesday and Thursday. The record those days are 89. 

Invest 90L is a broad non-tropical low with 40 mph winds east of the Bahamas. It is unlikely to develop into a tropical storm as it heads NE Monday due east of Jacksonville. Swells should remain below 5 feet.

 

Tonight: 

 
9 pm 67
11 pm 64
7 am 59
 
Wind Calm
Rain Chance: 0%
 
Sunrise 7:22 am
Sunset 7:42 pm
 
 

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